Liza

Liza

Liza is a partial fainting goat. She is a little shy at first, but very sweet and friendly once she gets to know you. She really struggled with hoof rot when she first arrived, so needs a little extra care. We trim her feet weekly and apply kopertox a couple of times a month just to make sure her feet stay healthy and since we’ve been doing that she’s been doing great. She also tends to need a little more food than the others to maintain her weight, so she does get grain a few times a week. She really prefers to hang out with the donkeys rather than the other goats.  Her adoption fee is $25 Liza came from a herd with active CL and was CL Exposed.  She has shown no signs or symptoms in her time in rescue and has been in a CL Free environment for more than 6 months.  We encourage any adopter with other small ruminants to consult with their veterinarian prior to adoption.  CL is only communicable between small ruminants (goats/sheep) so if you are considering Liza as a companion for horses or donkeys this is not an...

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Irma

Irma

Irma is a partial fainting goat and does faint when she’s being wormed, her feet are being trimmed, etc. When she came to rescue she had a heavy load of haemonchus parasites which resulted in a cough.  It was treated with dewormer, and she is healthy now.  Irma will need routine deworming to maintain her health.  Her adoption fee is $25 Irma came from a heard with active CL.  She has not had any signs or symptoms of CL, and has been in a CL free environment for over 6 months. We encourage any adopter with small ruminants to discuss this with their veterinarian prior to...

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Kate

Kate

Kate is smart and a bit of an escape artist. She needs truly goat approved fencing to stay in, or she’ll figure out how to wander. She’s not super excited about humans and can be a little tough to catch, but is very food motivated. She has had no health issues since we have had her. Her adoption fee is $25 Kate came from a herd with CL exposure. She has had no symptoms and has been in a CL free environment for more than 6 months.  We encourage adopters to consult their veterinarian if they have other small ruminant...

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Freda

Freda

Freda is a very friendly goat. She comes up and wants attention from humans. She does have an abscess that comes and and goes on her lymph node, which Dr Jones said is likely CL, as she came from an environment with active CL. The abscess has never opened, drained or ruptured in the time we have had her, and other than that she’s been very healthy.  Due to this lump, however, Freda needs a home where she is the only small ruminant.  Her adoption fee is waived as a result. Freda came from an environment with CL and may be a carrier.  Please consult with your veterinarian before adoption.  CL is only communicable between small ruminants (Sheep/Goats), and does not transfer from goats to horses.  Freda can be a companion to a...

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