Habitat for Horses

A Alvin, TX 77511 rescue helping to find loving homes for horses.

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Pets at Habitat for Horses

  • Any
  • Horses
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female

Sarabi

Female, Senior
Quarterhorse

Cable

Male, Adult
Quarterhorse

Whisper

Female, Baby
Quarterhorse

Macie

Female, Young
Quarterhorse

Kylie

Female, Adult
Quarterhorse

Andrea

Female, Adult
Quarterhorse

Pia

Female, Young
Quarterhorse

Caprice

Female, Adult
Quarterhorse

Maddison

Female, Senior
Quarterhorse

Dane

Male, Senior
Quarterhorse

Marilyn

Female, Adult
Other/Unknown

Rusty Red

Female, Adult
Quarterhorse

Symphony

Male, Adult
Quarterhorse

Artemis

Female, Adult
Appaloosa

Lydia

Female, Young
Tennessee Walking Horse

Bess

Female, Adult
Quarterhorse

Pocahantas

Female, Adult
Quarterhorse

Noelle

Female, Adult
Quarterhorse

Kachina

Female, Adult
Quarterhorse

Raven

Female, Adult
Quarterhorse

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Areas Habitat for Horses Serves

We are located in southeast Texas. We don't transport adopted horses (that is the responsibility of the adopter.) And, if the adopter were to return the horse, again the adopter is responsible for the transportation back to the ranch. This is one reason we do not adopt outside the state of Texas.

Because it is important to us to know that the horse and their new parents are a good fit, we also require that adopters spend time with their prospective new family member which means a trip to one of our ranches :) Adopting because you like the look of a horse or because they have a good profile sets up the horse and adopter for a failed adoption - meaning the horse is returned to us and that is hard on the horse.

We also do follow-ups on our adopted horses! This is an important process as that is how we insure the horse is being well cared for and not in any danger. If you live in a state where we don't have a lot of contacts we have no one to swing by and check on the horse if that is ever needed.

Habitat for Horses's Adoption Process

Our first step is the adoption application! The application covers a background check, references and general information to be kept on file with Habitat for Horses. Once the background is cleared and the references are checked, you will complete a property inspection report to insure the property is horse safe. All of our requirements can be found on our website (www.habitatforhorses.org) under the "Adoption Process" heading. After your property inspection report is cleared, you will be notified by phone and by email and then able to adopt. Our fees vary with each horse and range from $100 for a companion and up to $1000.00 for a trained and rid-able horse. We reserve the right to adjust an adoption fee pertaining to any horse with extensive training and/or exceptional background or history.

About Habitat for Horses

Habitat for Horses is the largest equine rescue organization in Texas. We are accredited by GFAS and continue to meet their strict standards for the care of each animal we bring in. We are a no kill rescue and believe that each animal has value. We have many, many horses to choose from and are very careful about our placements. We want what is best for the horse and adopter alike!

Come Meet Habitat for Horses's Pets

We have a strict policy...you must complete an application and have your background screening done prior to having access to any of the animals! They have come from very bad situations and we must protect them as best we can...

However we do not adopt outside the state of Texas at this time.

All meetings must be set up through the office. Give us a call and set up an appointment. We are open 7 days a week!

Habitat for Horses's Adopted Pets

See Adopted Pets List

Make a donation to Habitat for Horses to help homeless pets find homes

Click the "Donate Now" button on our website (www.habitatforhorses.org) and it will show you different ways to donate instantly!