Donkeys Available for Adoption
Burro Buddy: Chinook
BamBam is a really well put together, strong, healthy 9-year-old gelding donkey. He is medium brown in color.
BamBam does very well with other non-aggressive male donkeys and adores female donkeys. BamBam has previously lived with horses and other livestock but at this time insists on having at least one burro buddy in his herd.
BamBam is up to date on all farrier, dental and medical needs. He halters, leads and loads in a trailer.
BamBam had dental surgery to remove 3 lower molars. He is now fully recovered and requires no special diet.
This donkey is a gentle, mature gelding. He is currently buddies with BamBam and the two make a great pair.
He loves the attention and will always ask for more hugs and kisses. Chinook is very calm and loves to be around other donkeys.
Chinook is good with trailer loading, grooming, and hooves picking.
He has been provided medical and farrier services and is up to date with all medical care required for his age.
He has started riding lessons and could give kid rides.
Age: 15 years
Burro Buddy: BamBam or Shrek
Coach is a medium grey standard gelding donkey standing 49 inches.
Coach suffered prior abuse the nature of which we will never know. He was eventually rescued as part of a large scale horse seizure. To this day, he is still shy and worried about being abused. But he is curious, eats from our hands, halters, leads, loads and stands for the farrier.
Coach loves both jennets and john donkeys equally.
Longhopes has provided Coach full dental, medical, and farrier services in addition to many hours of training.
This donkey is looking for a permanent safe home with another donkey of similar age. He bonds up quickly so he’d do well with a lonely donkey.
He is not suitable for hiking, riding or driving due to his fear issues but will thrive outside the shelter environment with the steady routine of a regular caretaker.
Age: 10 years
Burro Buddy: Coach or BamBam
Shrek is a medium brown standard donkey.
Shrek has all basic skills on haltering, leading, loading and standing for the farrier . He is playful and energetic.
Shrek could live with either a jennet or gelding that has a calm personality.
Longhopes has provided Shrek with medical, dental and farrier care. He has also received hours of training to prepare him for adoption.
Burro Buddy: Aston
Newton is a handsome spotted oversized miniature donkey (or small standard) at 37.5 inches tall. He is more white than spotted. He is in very good shape.
This little donkey has sensitive skin around his eyes and needs a home that will have him wear a flymask to protect his eyes from the sun. He is good about wearing it when offered.
Newton is up to date on all medical, dental and farrier needs.
He halters, leads and stands well for the farrier. He is calm, quiet and well mannered.
Both Newton and Aston are good with horses. Newton is particularly interested in horses. They would be perfect to join a lonely horse and become the new herd members.
Age: 2.5 years
Burro Buddy: Newton
This is a young gelded male donkey. He is extremely affectionate and personable. He is also good with kids. He is smart and has great potential.
This donkeys is up to date on all dental, vaccinations and deworming.
He and a burro buddy Newton who also like horses and would fit in well with a single or herd of horses.
He is still too young to do any racing but he has started pack lessons and showed concentration and focus with it.
This is a large standard black gelding at 49 inches and 720 pounds. Shadow was an imprinted foal and he has had consistent human contact his entire life.
He halters, leads, loads and stands well for the farrier.
This donkey needs a new activity or job. He is bonded to his buddy Abner and the pair must be adopted together.
Both are great with jennets.
This donkey has had complete, and current dental, farrier, vaccinations, and deworming.
Burro Buddy: Shadow
Abner is a small/medium standard gelding donkey at 44 inches. He is handsome and dark brown. He an adorable little buddle of attitude and energy.
Abner was imprinted at birth and has been consistently cared for by humans his entire life. He has lived with his buddy Shadow his entire life and needs to be adopted with him. Abner needs a job to keep him active. He has good skills. He halters, leads, loads and stands well for the farrier. He has recently started sadddle lessons and may be rideable by children.
This donkey has had complete and current dental, medical and farrier care. He has vaccinations and deworming too.
Charlie and Chester
This is a spotted (more white than grey spots) standard jennet at 48 inches. She is tough as nails. She has been with horses but prefers donkeys.
She has sensitive skin around her eyes and needs a home that will be sure she wears a flymask to protect her from the sun. Due to Maud needing daily care with her eyes, she is up for adoption at a reduced adoption fee.
This donkey halters and leads, loads and has potential for riding and packing. She has changed so much since she was first rescued and has becoming very affectionate.
She is up to date with all medical, dental and farrier care.
Burro buddy: Schroeder
This dark brown miniature mule/hinny stands 40 inches tall and weighs 370 lbs. He is an easier keeper on grass hay and must have limits on his access to spring grass.
Cruiser is very bonded to miniature donkey-Schroeder and the two cannot be separated but they both like horses so they would be perfect to become the new herd for a lonely horse. They could stay home and protect the paddock when the horse is taken riding.
Both Cruiser and Schroeder are submissive so they cannot be in a herd where they will have to compete for food or barn space.
Cruiser is up to date on all medical, dental and farrier needs.
Burro buddy: Cruiser
This adorable, small, grey miniature donkey stands 34 inches tall and weighs 275 lbs. He is very affectionate, easy going and good with kids.
This donkey is up to date on all medical, dental and farrier needs. However, he has an old right front shoulder dislocation that causes a gait change. He manages very well with one monthly arthritis injection at a cost of approximately $25.Due to his shoulder dislocation which makes him a special needs donkey; Schroeder is up for adoption at a reduced adoption fee.
Schroeder and Cruiser and a bonded pair and cannot be separated. They are very dependent on each other but both like horses and would be the perfect, small, easy to handle equines to adopt to be with a lonely horse who needed safe, gentle new herd members. Both are timid and will not compete for food or barn space.
Burro buddy: Sahara
This is a standard grey jennet with the dorsal cross. She is 48 inches tall and weighs 580 lbs.
Fergie has had very good health care her entire life. She halters, leads, loads and stands for the farrier.
She is very bonded to Sahara with whom she has spent her entire life. They must be adopted together.
They would be good to protect smaller livestock but they also love people and want regular attention from human friends.
Fergie is up to date on all medical, dental and farrier care.
Age: 10 years
Burro buddy: Fergie
This is a standard grey jennet with the dorsal cross. She is very lovely looking. She stands 48 inches and weighs 571 pounds.
This donkey has had top notch medical and farrier care her entire life. She is in very good shape. She is up to date on all medical, dental and farrier care.
Sahara halters, leads, loads and stands for the farrier.
She is bonded to Fergie with whom she has lived her entire life and cannot be separated from her.
She and Fergie could protect smaller livestock but require frequent human attention too.
Sex: Jennet IN FOAL
Burro buddy: Bulettta
This is a grey, miniature jennet who is 34 inches tall.
She is gentle and quiet. This is a loving little donkey who would make a wonderful family pet and watching her foal growing is an added pleasure.
This is a 2 for 1 adoption because she will foal Fall 2017.
Longhopes has provided this donkey with medical and farrier services and training.
Sex: Jennet IN FOAL
Burro buddy: Gem
This is a lovely and well conformed miniature jennet who stands at 34 inches. She is young and becoming more affectionate with each day of training to ensure she has good skills for the first time donkey owner.
This donkey is bonded to Gem who is probably her mother and the pair should be adopted together until both foal.
This donkey has been provided medical and farrier care at Longhopes to bring her up to date on all appropriate services.
Age: 1 year
Burro buddy: Cecil
This is a weanling, grey miniature donkey.
He is bonded to Cecil, another weanling donkey.
Longhopes has provided this donkey with medical, farrier and training services to be sure he halters, leads, loads and stands well for the farrier.
This young donkey has great potential. He has very nice conformation and is getting more affectionate every day.
Cecil is equally adorable and this is a handsome, adorable pair of miniature donkeys looking for a loving family.
Burro buddy: Toto
This is an adorable yearling, grey miniature donkey. He is bonded to another yearling/weanling donkey named Toto.
These young donkeys need a family that will spend time with them because they both crave affection and attention.
Toto has been provided medical and farrier services to bring him up to date with all appropriate care. He has good skills for the first time donkey owner.
Burro buddy: Archie
This is a grey with a solid grey muzzle miniature donkey.
He has been provided medical, farrier and training services at Longhopes. He is very healthy and is getting more affectionate by the day.
He needs to be with at least one other miniature, preferably one of comparable age and energy. Archie is part of his family herd and would be great. They are both full of potential for many activities.
He is bonded to Guffey and the 2 cannot be separated. They play all the time and love toys of any kind.
Longhopes has provided Hardy with medical, dental and farrier services.
Burro buddy: Milton
This is an adorable, grey miniature donkey who is 34.5 inches tall.
He is becoming more affectionate by the day and will be a great family pet.
He has great conformation and has been provided up to date medical and farrier care at Longhopes.
He halters, leads, loads and stands for the farrier. He and Milton would do well together and can provide years of affection.
Age: 5 years
Burro buddy: This is a lovely adult miniature jennet who is just 33 inches tall. She is grey.
This is a quiet, healthy jennet who is becoming more affectionate by the day.
She has been provided up to date medical and farrier services at Longhopes.
She halters, leads, stands for the farrier and loads in a trailer. She is ready for a loving new home and would be great for small children.
Age: age 6
Burro buddy: Polo
This is a handsome standard donkey who is brown and white paint/spotted.
He is in great health and has been provided medical, dental, farrier and training by Longhopes.
He arrived at Longhopes with his buddy Polo who is believed to be related to him. Marco has begun riding lessons and shows good potential.
This donkey is a handsome brown and white paint/spotted standard male.
He is a gentle soul and has been provided medical, dental, farrier and training services at Longhopes.
He is bonded to Marco and the two must be adopted as a pair. Both are in good health and ready for a variety of activities.
Jubilee and Trinket
Trinket and Jubilee are a wonderful pair. They are sweet, like children, and enjoy being around people. These sweet and gentle donkeys love to be groomed. Jubilee and Trinket are in need of an owner that can put them in a weight-loss type diet. Their access to spring and summer grass needs to be limited to protect their health. They would be fine on a dry lot big enough to run around. Both could go on long walks.
They both have really good manners and know their basic skills.
Jubilee and Trinket have been afforded medical, dental, farrier and training services at Longhopes.
This pair is offered at a reduced fee.
This is a dark brown miniature jennet who stands at 33 inches. She has lived her entire life with 1-2 other miniature jennets at a long term home that ended when her last companion died. She would not do well in a large herd but would love a home with 1 other donkey that is as lonely as she is.
Pennie has been afforded medical, dental, farrier and training services at Longhopes.
She has good skills at leading and standing for the farrier.
This donkey does not have a particular burro buddy but would do well with Tabitha or another miniature jennet.
SHE is offered at a reduced fee