Animals Available for Adoption

These animals are available for immediate adoption from Deschutes County Sheriff's Office. If you're interested in adopting an animal, please fill out a Livestock Adoption Application. Deschutes County Sheriff's Office does NOT charge an adoption fee for any of these animals, however, potential adopters must complete an adoption application and pass a criminal history background check. In addition, an on-site inspection of a potential adopter's facilities will be completed to ensure that an adopted animal can be adequately cared for. The Deschutes County Sheriff's Office also reserves the right to "spot check" any adopted animals for a period of one (1) year to ensure their continuing health and welfare.  Community members needing more information or interested in adopting one of our animals can contact Technician Mariya Leufven at 541-588-0869 or can email their questions and application to

We also encourage you to view additional horses available for adoption at Equine Outreach, Three Sisters Equine Refuge, the Oregon Humane Society, Humane Society of Central Oregon, or Brightside Animal Center.


Cinnamon and Enzo: 

Cinnamon is a healthy, adult Golden Guernsey doe who came to us due to a neglect situation in January of 2023. Cinnamon”is people oriented and will stick her tongue out when greeting her person. Due to Cinnamon’s sweet disposition, she would do best in a company of Enzo. Cinnamon is current on her vaccinations and deworming. 


Enzo is a 5-year-old intact Kunekune boar. He is extremely friendly, gets along with all types of animals and people. Enzo is up to date on deworming and vaccinations. In recent months Enzo has bonded with Cinnamon and would prefer to be adopted with her. 


   If you are interested in adopting Enzo and Cinnamon, please contact technician Leufven at 541-588-0869. 



Sisco is a mid to late-teens gelding who is looking for a job and a family to call his own. Sisco came to us in April of 2019 as a neglect case. He will need time to adjust to his new enviornment and new owner. Sisco is very responsive in the round pen and will go in any direction if the person will set Sisco up for success. Sisco Also knows ho W/T/C and will stand for a farrier but needs time to acclimate. Sisco Comes off more dominant in a herd environment and will do best with mares. He is up to date on deworming, teeth floating and vaccinations.

​If you are interested in adopting Sisco, please contact technician Leufven at 541-588-0869.




Honey also known as Review My Reflection is a 17 year old palamino quarter horse who came to us as part of an 80 horse neglect case in March of 2018. Honey required a long time to process her surroundings and did not have a lot of trust in people which is still visibe now. Honey is great horse in a herd enviroment and can be a great babysitter. Honey is looking for a retirment home where she can enjoy the golden years in a pasture setting. Honey does have some old quirks such as being very needle shy and will need an experience person to handle her.

If you are interested in Honey, please reach out to technician Leufven at 541-588-0869. 



Yosef and Rosie:

Yosef and Rosie are Grubby Dub’s offspring and are almost a year old. Yosef and Rosie are fixed and are up to date on their vaccinations and deworming. 

​Both pigs are healthy and people friendly with proper introduction. 

 ***Rosie is the black one with a pink nose. 

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This male Nubian goat is looking for a home. Jesse is very friendly and enjoys human companionship. Intact male. He h​as received vaccinations, deworming and have been treated for lice. Approximately 2-5 years old. 

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12 Female Goats: 

These 12 female goats are looking for homes. They were all part of a neglect case earlier this year. They have received vaccinations, deworming, and lice treatment. 11 of them are dairy breeds and one is a Boer. All of the females are approximately 2-5 years old. 

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Durango is still looking for a home. Durango is no longer a ram and is enjoying his days as a wether. Durango is up do date on his vaccinations and deworming. Durango is approx 2 years old now.



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