We do more than adoptions
at Equine Aid
Support for Equines and the Community that Loves them
We wish we could save them all. Because our resources must be conserved for the horses in the rescue and sanctuary herds, we focus our intake on owner surrendered equines. As well as the significant need for this assistance, one of our goals is to intercept equines before they go to auction and risk going to slaughter. We believe that our funds are best used to rehabilitate and train equines at risk. We do not buy animals. We must limit our intake based on space, available funds and volunteer assistance.
This program was established to include disabled adults in our volunteer program. We know that time outdoors with equines is good for all of us. The United Friends Volunteers help with clean-up, grooming our most gentle animals and enjoy sharing the company of our farm pets- dogs, cats, chickens and ducks. We value their company and their contribution. If you are involved with a group home or individual who would like to participate, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equines who come into our rescue program and are found not to be adoptable become members of our sanctuary herd. Some of them are adoptable as companions which is indicated by the * on their threads. Placement of these animals involves the same screening process that we apply to the adoptable herd. They are all current on health care and we are happy to share all we know about them with potential homes. If they are not adopted we remain committed to caring for them for life.