Our main focus is to provide rescue, rehabilitation, retraining, and rehoming of neglected, abused, abandoned, surrendered, or seized equines. Equines are housed on site or at a volunteer foster home pending adoption. During this time, they are provided with the necessary veterinary care and training. Unfortunately, all equines do not meet the physical or behavioral requirements to be available for adoption and are provided sanctuary to ensure appropriate care for the remainder of their lives.
Information We Need
If your horse needs to be moved to the rescue immediately call us at 912-385-8512, please fill out the Surrender Contract and
email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are not able to take in any horses without this form. Depending on our capacity we may offer alternative solutions.
If you are reporting a neighboring horse, please contact your Animal Control or Sheriff's Office as we are not legally able to take a horse from any property without the signed Surrender Contract from the owner. Report to the Georgia Department of Agriculture Equine Health Section at 1-800-282-5852, ext. 3713 or 404-656-3713, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. or to the local law enforcement agency and the animal control office, if one exists in the area.
If your horse is not in immediate need
If your horse is not in immediate danger we would love to assist with rehoming. Please send us an email with the following information and as many recent pictures as you can.
- Height in hands
- Sale price
- Medical concerns
- Riding style
- Registration status
- Currency of:
- Coggins Test
- Contact name and number for the flyer