Pot Belly Pigs

Are you looking to add a pot belly pig to your family? The following pigs are available to pet homes for a $25 adoption fee. They have been socialized and received appropriate veterinary care. Apply to adopt...

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Dr. Dre

Dr. Dre

Breed:  Mini-Sheltand cross Age:  Approx. 8 1/2 Height:  Approx. 10 hands Gender:  Gelding Dr. Dre came to us as an owner surrender, still a stallion, underweight, overgrown feet, aggressive, and barely halter broke. He’d been locked in a barn because he would not stay in his fence. Dre was immediately gelded, and he was one of our demo horses in our training clinic with Andy Blevins. Dre is likely a mini-shetland cross. A small pinto with one blue eye, Dre has a typical pony personality. He will test his boundaries, although he trusts and interacts with children more confidently than he does with adults. At his foster home, the neighbor’s children have done a huge amount of work with him to prepare him for his new home. Dre’s conformation will limit him to being a pet/companion or driving pony, and he is recommended for a knowledgeable owner. Dre is current on all vet and farrier care. His adoption fee is $250....

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Elliott’s Babe

Elliott’s Babe

ELLIOTTS BABE (X6323, M) ELLIOTTS EXPRESS – GOLDBABE – JURGY HANOVER GENERAL INFORMATION Foaling Date: 05/07/2001 Sex: Mare Foaling Place: ST PAUL IN Color: Bay Tattoo: Freezebrand: X6323 Elle, as she will be known at Safe Harbor, was originally rescued by our friends at A New Day Horse Rescue, formerly known as Volunteer Equine Advocates. They got her to safety and handled all aspects of her rehabilitation from neglect. Now ready for refresher riding, they have allowed us to take over her care and placement. Elle has outstanding ground manners, typical of retired racehorses. She is friendly and quiet, and would be an appropriate mount for the advanced beginner or respectful child rider. Due to her age and some minor arthritic changes in her hocks, Elle is suitable for flatwork only. She has some old scars on her tongue so that she’s most comfortable ridden in a hackamore, sidepull, or rope halter. She has no other special needs. Elle is current on vaccinations, deworming, farrier visits and Coggins. Her adoption fee is set at $600....

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Reba

Reba

Reba is an 8 year old Tennessee Walking Horse, approx. 14 hands tall. Reba is broke to ride, but has an old injury to her right knee that will prevent her from being a riding horse. Reba originally came to Safe Harbor as part of a Franklin County neglect case. She returned to us earlier this year from an adoptive home that failed to provide adequate care. Luckily, Reba is an easy keeper. Her main requirement is regular farrier care to maintain her comfort. She would likely also benefit from a joint supplement. Reba’s ideal home would be as a companion for a quiet senior horse. She is not the type to run and play, but is more passive and calm. Reba has good ground manners and is handled by pre-teens in her foster home. Her fee is waived to an approved home....

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JoeBabe

JoeBabe

JoeBabe. 2012 More Than Ready – Brief Bliss, by Navarone JoeBabe is spectacular.  Big (17 hand) beautiful bay, retired unraced.  JoeBabe was pointed toward foxhunting as a second career, but he craves structure.  He LOVES arena work, and does not enjoy working out in the big wide world.  He would be a phenomenal mount for an amateur dressage rider.  For the experienced rider he could get right into show season.  Hunter Jumper is also an option for this beauty.  He’s great in the arena and sound for jumping. JoeBabe has an excellent personality with no vices.  He’s a solid, remarkable horse.  PPE welcomed. JoeBabe’s adoption fee is $3,500. Apply today! Portraits of JoeBabe generously donated by Brittney Broadrick...

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Novella

Novella

Breed: Tennessee Walking Horse Age: 21 (approx) Size: 15.1 hh Gender: Mare Novella is a 21 year old Tennessee Walking Horse that originally joined Safe Harbor in Operation Free At Last, a legal seizure in White County, TN.  She came rescue with a yearling on her side, and having recently miscarried a foal. She was a body score of 1. Novella returned to Safe Harbor earlier this year due to an adopter who did not follow guidelines of care. She has spent a couple months regaining weight, seeing the vet and farrier, and is now clear for adoption. She has a very sweet disposition and leads, loads, ties, and stands for the farrier. Novella has some hind end weakness and will be best suited to a companion home for someone who wants a beautiful pasture ornament to groom and love. Her adoption fee is...

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