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Gallo-Companion Quarter horse   

In shelter Horse

Cave Creek, AZ, 85331
Pet name:
Gallo-Companion Quarter horse
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Quarterhorse
Date:
05/25/2022
Colors:
Bay
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
Are you looking for your perfect companion? Gallo is your guy! Gallo is a smaller, sweet quarter horse who is estimated to be in his early twenties.  He came to Healing Hearts through a wonderful neighbor who took notice of the lack of attention Gallo was receiving.  He was often without access to water and lived alone, with very  little human interaction.  For three years his neighbor worked to get the owner to surrender Gallo, and it finally paid off!  In July of 2021 he was hauled to our rescue and we couldn’t have been more lucky!
Gallo has the biggest heart and enjoys all the attention he can get! He gets along great with his gelding herd members and is even still very playful with them as well!
Due to a previous injury that presented in an exam, Gallo should not be used to ride. We can’t express how much joy he will bring to your life! He’s great with humans of all ages and will follow wherever you lead him! 
We are thrilled to help pair Gallo with his forever home! For more information, or to set up a meet & greet, email info@healingheartsaz.org

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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