HOUSTON – A pony that was rescued after it was dragged behind a pickup truck by its owner was adopted Saturday from the Houston SPCA.
SPCA officials said Chance will now live on a 77-acre ranch in Tyler with Jaz and Pepper, two other Houston SPCA horses rescued from deplorable conditions back on 2011 from Coryell County.
“We are excited to help him find a good faith place where he is never abused and just finds love,” said Chance’s new owner, Vicki.
They said they plan to train him to be a therapy horse so he can help abused children.
Chance suffered seven injuries when he was tied and dragged behind his previous owner’s truck on May 7.
During his five-week stay at the Houston SPCA, he received medical care, comfort and was showered with lots and love and attention by our staff and volunteers.
Learn how you can help animals just like Chance get on the road to recovery when you visit the Houston SPCA at www.HoustonSPCA.org.