Zeb’s works with a variety of animals with varying needs. Some of them come to us and live out their days at our Sanctuary. Others are able to come to us, get the care they need, and then look forward to starting a new chapter in their lives. The animals below are ready to move onto their next great adventure and are available for adoption.
Breed: Quarter Horse
Adoption Fee: $250 Handsome Jude came to Zebs Wish with 2 others horses after being abandoned. He is impeccably trained and had wonderful ground manners. He is an easy keeper who does very well on pasture and is a good friend and companion. He needs no special feed but does very well on a mobility supplement as he suffers from some stiffness. Jude ties and trailers easily and is up date on all of his medical care.
Adoption Fee: $250
Handsome and sweet Bandit was abandoned with 2 other horses and came to Zebs Wish in the fall of 2018. Bandit loves nothing more than to be loved and doted on and long brushing sessions are right up his alley!
Due to the onset of slight navicular disease, Bandit is not a candidate for riding but would be a lovely in hand boy or companion horse.
The day this picture was taken, these two lovebirds got a pretty good grooming session but apparently, Merlin decided that he was far too white for his own comfort so promptly walked over and laid in the mud. Leona and Merlin were taken off a muddy lot along with their buddy Jax and some other farm animals that Out To Pasture rescued. This was a day of cooperation between three Rescues. Sound Equine Options took on Jax, the most spirited of the group and more appropriate for their mission and resources. In cooperation with Out to Pasture, we took on Leona and Merlin. Good things happen when we all work together. Leona and Merlin are in training to get them ready to be adopted out. Through Positive Reinforcement (Clicker) Training, we are getting them to pick their feet up comfortably for hoof care, and be haltered and ready for routine Vet care. Once these things become comfortable for them, they will be great candidates for adoption.