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I'm being cared for by
Habitat for Horses

Facts about me

Breed
Quarterhorse
Color
Bay
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Medium
Sex
Female
Pet ID
15-078

My info

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My story

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Rescue

Habitat for Horses

Contact info
Pet ID
15-078
Contact
Adoption Coordinator
Address
Alvin, TX 77511
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

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.

Go meet their 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!

More about this rescue

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!