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Donkeys are social creatures and interact well most people and animals. Donkeys prefer their own kind but do well as a companion to a horse.
Some donkeys make excellent guardians. Typically older jennets are best suited as guardians as they have the strongest protective nature. Young donkeys are not suitable guardians and may kill the animals that they have are supposed to protect. Therefore PVDR does not adopt guardian donkeys.
As a rescue, Peaceful Valley does not have the time or resources to train our donkeys. Many of the donkeys that are made available through our adoption program can be taught these disciplines by their new adoptive owner.
The donkeys made available through our adoption program are screened for gentleness towards people. Care should always taken when mixing young children and large animals. Proper introduction and education is a must for the safety of everyone.
At Peaceful Valley we put the best interest of our donkeys first and foremost. If your adoptive donkey gets sick and the cost of the medical care is beyond your means, we can take the donkey back into our system and provide it with the very best medical treatment. This policy also protects the donkeys from ever being sold or given away to a home where they might possibly be mistreated.
Peaceful Valley has hundreds of donkeys all across the United States. If the donkey you have chosen doesn’t fit into your family, we will gladly take it back and allow you to chose another.
Donkeys are social creatures and thrive in a family setting with other equines. Single donkeys are lonely regardless of the other types of livestock you may have.
Yes. Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity. All donations are tax deductible.
In some cases, PVDR may be able to deliver the donkey to you. Please check with your closest Adoption Facility to discuss the options.