Older Rescue Tennessee Walker Needs A Home
Hobby, a black 14.2 hand Tennessee Walker, who is currently an only horse, would like to be a companion horse. He is not aggressive and gets along with all other horses. In a herd pecking order, he would be last. Grass and hay are difficult for him to chew and digest due to worn down and missing teeth. This horse was rescued from a bad situation where he did not receive good care. He is now strong and fit and ready for a new home. It is best for him to be fed grain and beet shreds several times a day to make up for the lack of grazing. Winter turnout on dormant or dead grass is appropriate with a grazing muzzle. He is barefoot, up to date on shots, negative Coggins, and has been on a daily dewormer and arthritis medication. He is good with the farrier. He would do best with one other older horse. Adoption or Foster to an approved home only through Rugby Creek Animal Rescue. Call Kelly 276-579-4215 or Carla 201-738-5047.
If you are interested in adopting Hobbit please submit an application today! www.rugbycreekanimalrescue.org
http://rugbycreekanimalrescue.org/rcar/ link for application
Hobbit is currently in a foster home located in Knoxville TN
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