Apache Junction horse rescue sevices the State of Arizona. We answere question from all over the United States and Canada
Apache Junction Horse Rescue Corporation is a 501 ( c ) 3 non-profit organization that believes that every horse should be treated the same way we would want a higher being to treat us.
AJHR is responsible for rescue, rehabilitation and adoption of unwanted, abused, or neglected horses. AJHR also upholds an on-going commitment to educate the public on proper equine care, horsemanship skills, and etiquette.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
We acept cash, check, money order, pay pal
Our Adoption Process:
We like the adoptor to see the horse three or four time including riding at least two times. Each horse adoption fee is based on age, training.
each adoptor need to pay for thier own wellness check from a VET
horses can make wonderful pets, and rather than buying a horse for sale or finding a horse breeder, adopting a horse from
an animal shelter or rescue organization is the perfect way to add a horse to your family.
Keep in mind, there is a lot you will need to know when you provide a home for
a horse. You will need to learn what to feed them, how much exercise or
attention your horse needs, and many other important things about how to
house and care for a horse. There are different types of horses
including Andalusian, Appaloosa, Appendix, Arabian, Belgian, Clydesdale, Curly Horse, Donkey/Mule/Burro/Hinny, Draft, Friesian, Gaited, Grade, Gypsy Vanner, Haflinger, Lipizzaner, Miniature, Missouri Foxtrotter, Morgan, Mustang, Norwegian Fjord, Paint/Pinto, Palomino, Paso Fino, Percheron, Peruvian Paso, Pony - Chincoteague, Pony - Connemara, Pony - Dales, Pony - Dartmoor, Pony - Fell, Pony - New Forest, Pony - Other, Pony - Shetland, Pony - Welsh, Pony - of America, Quarterhorse, Rocky Mountain, Saddlebred, Standardbred, Tennessee Walking Horse, Thoroughbred, Trakhener, and Warmblood.
Pet adoption saves lives. Adopt a pet and you'll have a friend for life! Please consider a rescue pet before you buy a pet from a breeder or pet store. Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.