Indiana Horse Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated in its mission to facilitate the Rescue and Rehabilitation of equine in need. Indiana Horse Rescue is not a Sanctuary in the sense that it is our belief that we have a moral and ethical responsibility to assess and relieve the suffering of an animal unable to live it’s life free from pain or whose quality of life is greatly diminished. We further believe that we have a duty and responsibility to public safety to ensure any animal placed for adoption or foster is not an animal with the potential to harm human health. While these decisions are never easy we alone bear the burden of having to make them. We do not take such decisions lightly. Our hearts and souls ache with the burden, but we also know there are many more in need waiting in the shadows, needing us to heed the call. We honor their lives and their loss by being there for the next call for another in need no matter the outcome to Our hearts and souls. Because it is far true that “If The Only Cost Were Love, We Could Save Them All”.
Only adopters with an Approved Application will be considered for adoption. Adoption fees range from $350 - $3500. If you have questions about a particular horse, please contact IHR. All potential adopters MUST fill out our Adoption Application, submit photos of the facility where the horse will be kept and have their references email or call with their reference after the application has been submitted. Applications MUST be complete and the application fee paid before the application is processed or submitted for consideration. Photos may be submitted via email, mail or brought with the potential adopter. We do NOT need to keep your photos. There is a $25.00 Application Fee. Application fees may be paid online using PayPal our email ([email protected]), using Venmo with our phone number (765-605-5790) or email address ([email protected]) or a check or money order via mail. Adopters will be notified by email, mail, or phone when their Adoption Application has been processed. If you have not heard back from an Indiana Horse Rescue Staff Member within 5 business days of ALL information being submitted, please contact the office. Indiana Horse Rescue does not discriminate based on the applicant’s gender, race, adult age, religion, etc. (however only applications sent in by Adults (18 years +) and submitted all information and fees will be processed).
Frankfort IN 46041 | 2.3 miles away
Since 1972, the Humane Society of Clinton County (HSCC) has served the community through saving homeless dogs and cats. Whether you are looking to bring a new pet into your family, searching for your lost pet, have made the difficult decision to surrender your pet or are looking for educational opportunities, HSCC is here to help.