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My name is Ebony!
I'm being cared for by
Panhandle Equine Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Tennessee Walking Horse
Color
Black
Age
Senior
Size
(When grown) Large
Sex
Female
Pet ID
080

My info

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My story

Rescued from neglect/starvation. Ebony is gentle and 26 yrs. old. She will be adopted out as a companion horse only. Adoption Fee $100.00
Rescue

Panhandle Equine Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
080
Contact
Diane Lowery
Address
Cantonment, FL 32533
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

PER requires a site visit and interview with any person interested in Adopting or Fostering a rescue horse. PER has Adoptions and Foster Contracts that must be signed and dated. Each contract has a clause stating that if unable to keep a PER rescue horse for any reason, that horse must be returned to PER.

Go meet their pets

The PER facility in Cantonment, FL is opened Monday - Saturday from 9-Noon and closed Sunday. Visitation by appointment only.

More about this rescue

Panhandle Equine Rescue, Inc. (PER) was founded by a small group of concerned citizens and became incorporated on February 1, 2005 as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Shortly thereafter, PER became authorized by the court of Escambia County, Florida to investigate reports of equines in trouble. Our Mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and provide adoption services for abused, neglected and abandoned equines.

PER relies on private and public donations, grants and fundraising. Our volunteers write grants, hold fundraisers and membership drives to raise the funds needed to rescue these gentle giants.

Due to poor economic times, limited donations are coming in while PER is still receiving more reports of equines in trouble. Equines previously adopted or fostered are being returned due to financial hardship of their sponsors. Funding and recruiting volunteers are critical for PER's program to continue. To help please visit our website at www.panhandleequinerescue.org