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Another successful adoption - amazing work, ACT Canberra Pooch Rescue!
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Allen and Bert are Dorper sheep. They are self shedding so therefore do not require shearing. They are twins and were part hand raised as well as having a mother to suckle. Consequently, they are very human friendly and will come up to you to be hand fed. The boys are looking for a home they can be together and that has other sheep to keep them company. They are currently living on a farm with other sheep and goats. In the morning they are given some sheep nuts or hay. Otherwise they graze with the rest of the sheep and goats in the paddock.
If you are interested in providing a life long home the boys, they are available for a meeting just outside Canberra.
Marked, (desexed) drenched, tail docked and vaccinated.
Initially you must meet the boys. If you wish to provide a suitable home, transport should be arranged by you in an appropriate vehicle.
They are vaccinated, drenched and marked (desexed), so cannot be used for breeding purposes. You must have other sheep they can be with at all times.
At the moment they are on a property in NSW, which is not far from Canberra CBD.
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
The rescue group is no longer taking adoption applications for this pet.