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Horse rehoming in North Devon

Horses are one of our longest-domesticated animal companions. You’d think that by now we’d have learned to
give them the love and respect that they deserve. Most horse and pony owners look after their animals brilliantly. But too often, changed circumstances, accident or human cruelty means we must rescue equines and arrange
horse rehoming. And we need your help…

Horse rehoming gives equines a new life

Since the NDAA was founded in 2002, we’ve built a network of local rehoming partners to help us give horses, ponies and donkeys a new life. Our former mascot Misty came to us this way. He lived out his days helping us raise vital funds for local animal welfare, rescue and rehoming.

The horses need your support

Rescuing and rehoming a horse takes time and money. To continue our work with equines and other animals, we always need funds, volunteer support and loving homes.

Could you help us to help local horses? Whether you donate, give time or provide horse rehoming, we’d love to hear from you. In the meantime, please read our heart-melting rehoming success stories.

How can I help?

Please contact us to learn how you can help with horse rehoming.

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NOTE: when we have a horse for rehoming, the successful rehomer will need to
pass an NDAA home check