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My name is Chas!

Posted over 2 years ago

Adoption process

Submit Application


Visit the Facility and Find a Pet


Take the Pet Home

My basic info

Large (when grown)
Pet ID

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Good with kids
Checkmark in teal circle Needs experienced adopter
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Gelded
Checkmark in teal circle Rideable

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

Chas was born here 10 years ago. He was "green broken" three years ago but has not been ridden since. He is easy to catch and stands well for the farrier. Very gentle and tame. He is VERY sound but just needs some personal attention and training. He leads well. There is no cost to adopt any of our animals, however, we are a 501c3 non-profit and love donations! Our adoption contract require that if the animal does NOT work out in the new home that the adopted animal MUST be return to Collar to Halter. The animal may not be given away, sold or taken to another shelter. The first step in our adoption process is for a potential adopter to provide the name and phone number of their current vet.
Collar to Halter Forever Home Sanctuary

Contact info

Pet ID
Dennis Goldsmith
Harris, MO 64645

Their adoption process


Submit Application

Provide us with the name and phone number of your current vet.


Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

Our contract stipulates that if for any reason the animal does not work out that the animal MUST be returned to us.


Take the Pet Home

Adoptions are free however we are a 501c3 and welcome donations.

Additional adoption info

You must ensure that your current vet will speak to us directly. Adoptions are free.

Go meet their pets

Contact us for an appointment.

More about this rescue

Our county does not have a shelter. We accept animals who have medical or behavioral needs that the current owners cannot afford or manage. Many animals will remain with us while others are rehabilitated and ready for adoption.