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Gorgeous Wether Goats

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Bingley, West YorkshireUpdated 1 month ago
SubcategoryOther Pets
Age7-9 months
Sale TypePrivate
Country of ResidenceUK
Country of OriginUK
Ad ClassFor Sale

Meet Lemon and Mulberry!

These stunning boys are excited to meet you too!

Lemon is 8 months old and Mulberry is 6 months old. They are currently in TreatsAnon for treat rehabilitation, as we regularly hear them say, I haven't had a piece of banana for 2 hours. We think they're making progress, but maybe they're just asking for more bananas? We aren't sure; we just know they have faces we can't say no to!

Lemon will get you with his eyes. He draws you in and you are helpless to his wiles. While Mulberry is a pint-sized powerhouse. He is the smallest boy I've had but that doesn't seem to stop him and despite his diminutive size, you wouldn't guess it from his character!

These stunning little boys are ready to move to your neighbourhood. They are really cute and small. Lovely markings.

All have been late castrated to help prevent urinary calculi. Vaccinated. Parents cla/cae clear.

They have been surgically castrated at 6 months to assist with urinary calculi prevention.

Ready for their new homes. £300 for the pair.

Excellent homes sought. All homes will be vetted.

Wether goats are often the best pet goats. If you want a friendly pet, and are not concerned with breeding, you can't go wrong with wethers! Friendly, not hormonal, not smelly! Nannies are often hard to find, and cost significantly more. But wethers are the perfect pet.

Wether goats are most prone to urinary calculi due to stones trying to pass through a narrow shaft. A painful situation, which often leads to death. Many new owners have to pay out for surgery in the first few years, if it is even possible, and sometimes that still will not save their beloved pet. There are many ways to help prevent this. One of these is late surgical castration versus banding. Banding must be done within the first 2 weeks of life. It is low cost, often a free option, for the breeder. But can cost even more in other ways later on. We pay for a vet to visit to perform a late castration to help our boys live long and happy lives. I also give advice to new buyers on wether care so they may keep their little boys for many years!

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