It is the goal of Gentle Giants Draft Horse Rescue to successfully place each horse in a loving long term home.
Things to consider before adoption:
We are committed to making the best possible match between horse and rider. We represent our horses as accurately as possible by our experience with them, but as experienced handlers, we are often able to easily handle a behavior that an adopter may not.Adopters need to realize that no single horse is ever perfect, and it is the responsibility of the Adopter to determine if the horse is appropriate for their ability and experience. We do stand behind our horses, but cannot foresee all future circumstances.We expect Adoptive families to have weighed the decision to adopt heavily, that they are fully aware of the unforseen expenses potential with horse ownership, and that they are committed to the horse of their choice. If you run into a problem with your new horse, we expect that you will pursue any and all options to continue to provide the horse with a good home, including training for the horse, or yourself, to overcome a problem.If you do encounter a situation where you feel you can no longer provide the proper home for your adopted horse, call us and we will work together towards a solution that will work for all involved--- most of all, the horse!
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