Delilah the jenny is ready to be rehomed as a non ridden companion and we are seeking a rehomer who has experience caring for donkeys and who has other donkeys for Delilah to bond with. Ideally there will be at least one other younger donkey as Delilah is still very young and would like to find her life partner. Like all donkeys, she will require specific care including shelter or stabling in wet weather, monitored grazing to prevent laminitis and particular attention to her hoof care. Delilah adores interaction, with humans or equines, and will thrive in a home with someone who has lots of time to devote to her. During her formative years it will be very important that she continues her basic ground work handling to ensure she understands boundaries.
She is very sweet and loves attention, but as with all youngsters the boundaries must be established and maintained.
Delilah arrived at Glenda Spooner Farm in March 2017 following reports from the public about a very young donkey. She had been seen tethered in various unsuitable locations, including a car park, wearing an ill fitting head collar with no access to food or water. Delilah was only a few months old when we rescued her.
|Companion||Glenda Spooner Farm||2||10.1hh|
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|Stabling/Shelter||Can live out all year with shelter|
|Bedding Required||Straw or shavings|
|To Catch in the Field||Excellent|
|Turn Out||Will mix with mares & geldings|
|Feet||Unshod, good to trim|
|Rugs||New Zealand rug during winter|
Welsh Section A,
Glenda Spooner Farm - Somerset
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