Donkeys

The Adoption Information for our donkeys is the same as it is for the horses

PLEASE NOTE –
Animals can sometimes be unpredictable. 
Once you adopt an animal from us you are responsible for your own health & safety, as well as that of others and the animal itself. 
We do not accept any responsibility for an injury to any person or damage to any property which may be caused by an animal you take from us.

Cria & Eeyore

Cria was completely underweight, had a huge lice infestation and had grossly overgrown hooves when arriving into our care in October 2016.  Her son, Eeyore, was approximately 6mths old.

Slowly but surely Cria’s weight improved but her hooves will require ongoing monitoring due to the fact that the front grow incorrectly. They are both still a little unsure about placing full trust in humans so patience and a gentle approach will be required to help them learn they no longer have anything to fear.

Eeyore has been gelded and both of them have been chipped & marked for passports.

Despite there being plenty of other donkeys here that they could mix with they tend to stick together so they must be rehomed together.

If you would like any further information on Cria and Eeyore please contact us  

NB  We do not allow any of our females to be used for breeding purposes.

Hillary

Hillary & Florrie

Hillary, approximately 8 years old, was wandering along a roadway visiting different farms with her son in late 2016 and no owner could be traced. Upon arriving into our care both of them were quite nervous but soon a trust started to form and after her son had been gelded, microchipped, etc he found a new home with one of our other donkeys.

Florrie

Hillary remained in our care due to the fact that she was in foal.  In April 2017 she gave birth to Florrie who unlike her mother was very curious about people and due to this she actually helped her mother become more trusting.

Hillary and Florrie are only available to be rehomed together.

If you would like more information please contact us.  

NB.  As is the case for all our females neither Hillary or Florrie are to be used for breeding.

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