Our Adoptable Animals
We require an adoption application and an inspection of the potential new home. This application is extensive and will ask for your veterinarians name among other information. There is non refundable fee for this application.
Our contract states that the adopted animal may not be sold or given away under any circumstances and will be returned to D-S Rescue if for any reason the animal cannot be kept. The adoption fees vary depending on the animal adopted
HORSE ADOPT | If you are interested in adopting an horse, please click on this link Equine Adoption Application
Please email all completed adoption applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below are our animals for adoption!! If you are interested in applying for one of the animals make sure to fill out the adoption application on our Contact/Forms page!
This is Jean's Girl, or Norma Jean as we call her. She was found wandering the desert all alone and starving to death. A good Samaritan found her and tried, to no avail, to find where she came from. She is tattooed and because of that we were able to obtain some information about her. From what we've found Norma Jean is a Tb who was born in 96, making her 24 years old. She sold as a yearling at the Keeneland Auction, a well known auction for race horses, but she was never raced. Unfortunately that's where her information ends. She is so sweet so we know at one point she was loved but unfortunately we may never know the in-between. All we know is that we will make sure she is loved from this point forward. She is probably close to 17 hands tall and was amazing for the farrier. We know this gal will make an amazing horse once her recovery is finished but unfortunately that could take close to a year. Prayers, Shares and Donations are greatly appreciated for Norma Jean and her recovery □
We would like to introduce you to one of our newest intakes, Carmen. Her owner had to move out of state to be with family when she was diagnosed with Cancer. She didn't want to leave Carmen but her health left her no choice. Carmen is rideable but with her condition we won't know what she knows for quite some time. She has a long road to recovery, but with veterinary care, farrier care and proper feeding and nutrition she has a good chance at making a full recovery. Unfortunately, its not a fast process. Carmen will be with us most likely 6-12 months if not more. And that's if there are no underlying medical issues. She will go through our usual intake process and once healthy enough, will go through our training evaluation to see what type of home she would best fit in!
Sadly we are no longer able to take in dogs and cats but if you are looking to surrender or adopt, we highly suggest AdoptAPet.com. Its is a program that ensures pets who need to find new homes find themselves in the arms of loving adopters!