No, we do not. We track the horse for the rest of its life to make sure it remains safe and cared for adequately.
No. When we rescue a horse, we don't always know if they are pregnant or not, so we do sometimes end up with foals being born in our care. We don't allow breeding otherwise!
We will always put the interest of the animal first, and their health and quality of life are our top priority. We will always get advice from a veterinarian when it comes to the decision to humanely euthanise an animal, [...]
No, Have a Heart Equine Sanctuary cares for all farm animals and not only horses. Other animals include donkeys, cats, dogs, pigs, chickens, ducks, goats and sheep.