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Omg! A Pygmy!  in Bingley
Omg! A Pygmy!
Omg! A Pygmy!  Pets in Bingley
Omg! A Pygmy!  Pets
£ 150 Omg! A Pygmy!
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Omg! A Pygmy!  in Bingley
Omg! A Pygmy!
Omg! A Pygmy!  Pets in Bingley
Omg! A Pygmy!  Pets
£ 150
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Omg! A Pygmy!

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Bingley, West YorkshireUpdated 2 days ago
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CategoryPets
SubcategoryOther Pets
SexMale
Age2-3 months
Sale TypePrivate
Country of ResidenceUK
Country of OriginUK
Ad ClassFor Sale
Description

These two are Tarragon and Thyme. Double the fun time! They're still young (2 months old) so aren't available yet but get your bids in on these boys soon!

They will be double vaccinated and late surgically castrated too for urinary calculi prevention!

If you'd like to add a third, why not add a little Lemon to the group. Three goats are a great number for a starter herd and Lemon can be a great yearling to add leadership to the group and not be bullied by twins that are younger so he'd be an excellent third member.

Cph is required and we do vet homes.

Wethers make excellent companions. They aren't hormonal, they are probably extra loveable - maybe more than your other options. I know so many people want to breed goats, so everyone wants a nanny and a smelly billy, but I think most miss out on some absolutely amazing pets, that wethers are. If you have a chance to think about it, consider the wether route.

I will caution that wether goats are most prone to urinary calculi—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, as late as 4-5 months, to help our boys live long and happy lives. This is an amazing start that these boys will have.

This is not to frighten you away from wethers, which I think are absolutely fantastic, but to give you the best wethers you can begin with and the right advice to keep them for a long time without getting Urinary Calculi. So, I also give advice to new buyers on wether care so they may keep their little boys for many years!

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