DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS, SHARE IS TAKING APPOINTMENTS FOR SHOWING ADOPTABLE HORSES ON A LIMITED BASIS AS PER STATE'S COVID RECOMMENDATIONS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE!
Our mission is to maintain the integrity, well-being, and health of hooved animals through education first.
SHARE is a nonprofit humane society in the Champaign, IL area with investigators that cover a large portion of Illinois. We provide housing, care, and training for approximately 40 rescue horses at any one time. Other than some "sanctuary horses-horses that are not available for adoption due to physical or health issues," these horses are up for adoption to loving, forever homes. SHARE DOES NOT RECEIVE ANY FUNDING FROM FEDERAL, STATE OR LOCAL TAXES - your donations keep SHARE operating!
Our goals are simple - help educate horse owners on proper care and treatment. When necessary we step in to rescue neglected and abuse animals. SHARE is not longer able to be rescuing horses, we are now a "sanctuary" for 40+ horses that are living out their lives at SHARE. We have adoptable, ride-able horses available and some horses that are available as pasture pet/companions. Please visit our ADOPTION page to see who is available for adoption.
This is not an easy task and only through the help of volunteers are we able to provide the best care to our rescued horses.
If you suspect abuse or neglect of a horse,
you need to contact the Illinois Department of Agriculture at 217-782-4944 to report this!!
Want to be a volunteer at SHARE?
If you find you have some extra time on your hands or would to spend some time with horses, then perhaps you could consider becoming a volunteer at SHARE! Volunteers are always needed mornings and evenings to help feed and water horses, bring them in or put them out in the pastures and even spend some time grooming the horses.
If you would like to be a volunteer at SHARE, please contact us at email@example.com or contact our volunteer coordinator Heide at firstname.lastname@example.org and she can set up a time for you to come out for orientation which all our volunteers attend.
SHARE thanks all the volunteers and those who donate either their time and money in making SHARE work smoothly.
HORSE OF THE MONTH:
Meet DREAMER! A young (June 9, 2018) registered Belgian gelding who is ready for training! Dreamer has had 30 days of groundwork training before coming to SHARE. This BIG - over 17 hands - guy is ready to begin to be driven or put under saddle.
SHARE is planning to send him to a trainer in the near future to begin training under saddle.
His adoption fee is $1,500.
Dreamer is available for adoption in Illinois or within a 3-hour driving radius of Champaign County, Illinois.
Be sure to check our horses available for adoption - Browse our Adoption List
Read more about our adoption requirements and procedures.
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Society for Hooved Animal Rescue and Emergencies
2946 CR 800 East
Dewey, Il 61840
VISITS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!
We can always use folks that are willing and able to help - Volunteer.
Currently we are not accepting any new owner turn-ins. We will continue to respond to investigation requests and work with the Dept of Agriculture and other authorities to aid in the rescue of animals where warranted.
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