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Sandy

Sandy

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Sandy

My perfect home: Sandy is a gorgeous pony. He had gone many years without being handled but bounced back quickly. He would have previously been taken care at some stage. He loves playing with the other ponies and will make a great addition in a new loving home. He is a little sweetie and is coming along nicely. Sandy needs an experienced home with daily interaction and the company of other ponies. He will excel with gentle handling and kindness. Sandy will require a 1-2 acre paddock with access to natural shelter or ideally a field shelter in the winter. My story: Sandy was rescued by an ISPCA Inspector from land she lived on that was unsuitable for a little pony. Sandy is making excellent progress due to the care and attention received by staff and volunteers at the ISPCA. Contact us: We match each equine with a suitable new home where they will be loved and cared for, for the rest of their lives. All equines are vaccinated, micro-chipped and have a passport. Stallions and colts are gelded before rehoming. For more information please call 0433325035 or fill out our rehoming form at the following link http://ispca.ie/rehoming/equine-rehoming-form

Sandy is currently in the care of the.. ISPCA National Animal Centre

Derryglogher Lodge, Keenagh, Co. Longford.


Dogs and puppies at the NAC are fully vaccinated, treated for worms and fleas, micro-chipped, neutered (when of age) and come with six weeks free pet insurance. Adoption fee €100. Cats and kittens at the NAC are fully vaccinated, treated for worms and fleas, neutered (when of age), cat-flap and litter-trained, they also come with six weeks free pet insurance. Adoption fee €50. At the NAC all equines are fully vaccinated, micro chipped and passported. Stallions and colts are gelded before rehoming. A donation rather than a set fee is requested.

  Dogs and cats at the NAC are kindly supported by Propac www.propac.ie 

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