Britney Spurs was rescued at an auction in October 2021. Emaciated and injured.
Britney weighed 730lbs upon intake and needed eye enucleation surgery as soon as she was stable enough for surgery. At first, Britney was not gaining weight, had ulcers, had bad teeth, and was not eating well. However, Britney was treated for ulcers, had her teeth floated and is finally starting to pack on the lbs! She is now on her full-time refeeding schedule with three grain meals a day, along with unlimited hay. She has gained well over 100 lbs, she needs to gain more weight but she is finally healthy and has a good prognosis for a long & happy life!
Britney seems like she would be best suited as a companion. Our trainers have worked with her with tack, but she does not seem comfortable and has no indication of previous training. The vet believes Britney is in her 20s, so we feel a companion home would be best for this pony! Her placement fee has been reduced to $250.
If you are interested in adopting one of our equines, please complete the equine placement on our website, www.lastchanceranch.org. Equine placement fees range from $150 to $2000 depending on the age, training and abilities of the equine. The placement fee includes current vaccines, negative Coggins test, dental floating, de-worming and farrier trimming. All equine adopters must live within 3 hours of Last Chance Ranch in Quakertown, PA.
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