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Gary Sweet

Gary Sweet (goat): arrived 9 November 2014 Gary was surrendered by a Perth Municipal pound after remaining “in custody” past the standard time – hew was at risk of euthanasia, so naturally we offered him a safe and loving, secure forever home here at Happy Hooves Farm Sanctuary. His history is unknown, but when he […]

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Shaggy

Shaggy (Angora goat – male): Arrived 4 June 2014 Shaggy was surrendered by a Perth Municipal pound after being found abandoned in Woorooloo by rental runner and picked up by the shire. He remained unclaimed and a home was not able to be found for him. He was earmarked for “destruction” (off to the “meat […]

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Arnie Profile

Arnie

Arnie (sheep – Dorper). Arrived 16 June 2015 As a tiny lamb, Arnie was saved from a fox attack by a worker at a shearing shed. She hand-reared him for 12 weeks but didn’t have the time to spend on him that she knew he needed and he spent all day alone with only a […]

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Baart Profile

Baart

Baart (sheep). Arrived 5 June 2015 Baart is a gorgeous brown and white Damara lamb with markings that remind us of Bambi. He found his way to Happy Hooves Farm Sanctuary after being reared from day one by a woman (who we’ll call “L”) whose neighbour’s sheep gave birth to twins and then rejected them […]

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Charming Prince the pig – looking for a castle to call his own

This call for help comes from a lady who very sadly needs to re-home her precious pig friend, Prince.  This is what she has to say about him: “Prince is a beautiful red and white mini pig. He is 7 months old and the size of a pug. He has beautiful long soft hair which […]

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URGENT! Peppa the Shire Pound Pig … Looking for her forever home

UPDATE! Time is running out for Peppa as her foster carer can not look after her beyond the end of July, so we are really needing to find her a forever home before then.  Please consider taking this sweet girl in, she is a beautiful soul who deserves to live a happy and safe life […]

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Cocky Coffee! Assertive & Lovable Hen… Looking for Her Perfect Home

This pretty girl is named Coffee; she is a 1.5 year old bantam leghorn hen who was saved from being euthanized after she killed another hen. Sometimes, hens can behave like roosters and Coffee seems to really like being the boss.  Despite her desire to rule, she is a lovely girl who could make a […]

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3 Pretty Goat Gals… searching for a great home

This call for help comes from a lady who inherited 3 female goats at her rental property as they were left behind by previous tenants. Unfortunately, the time has come for the current tenant to move on – so she’s very worried about what will become of these three ladies and asked us to help […]

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ON HOLD – Lady Boy – Stunning bantam rooster for adoption

UPDATE! Now renamed to “Duncan”, this cute boy is currently in foster care with a view for permanent adoption. We will update this post once we know if the adoption will go ahead. This incredibly handsome little man is an Old English Game Bantam/White Silky cross and is approximately 6 months old.  He was accidentally bred […]

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Sweet Pea

Sweet Pea (lamb/whether). Born at Happy Hooves 5 May 2013 Wow… did Sweet Pea ever come as a surprise! Mum, Olive and Patrick (Paddy) were picked up roaming the bush with Ellen DeHeiferis – all very skinny and undernourished. We had no idea that Olive was pregnant right up to the point that Sweet Pea […]

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Lily

Lily: Arrived March 2013 In early 2013, a woman moving over to WA from NSW, approached us about bringing her animals – Lily the pig and Lucy the sheep, to Happy Hooves Farm Sanctuary in exchange for volunteering to help the animals – those already here, hers and others to come; she was studying veterinary […]

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Lucy

Lucy (with Lily pig)

Lucy: Arrived March 2013 IN early 2013, a woman who was moving over to WA from NSW, approached us about bringing her animals –  Lucy the sheep and Lily the pig, to Happy Hooves in exchange for volunteering to help the animals – those already here, hers and ones to come; she was studying veterinary science […]

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Pogo

Pogo

Pogo (goat). Arrived 3 July 2015 Pogo was surrendered by a Perth municipal council; he had been taken from suburban Camillo, impounded, held for the required ten days and “destruction” was imminent :o( No one claimed him and no one wanted him, so we were happy to give him a safe and secure forever home […]

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Joyce

Joyce (pig). Arrived May 2015 Joyce is a Berkshire x Durack pig who ran into a supermarket where, as her good fortune would have it, Paul (Happy Hooves farm hand and animal-lover extraordinaire) was shopping at the time. She obviously knows a compassionate person when she sees one, as she ran straight up to him. […]

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Annie

Annie (sheep). Arrived 30 June 2015 Annie arrived at Happy Hooves Farm Sanctuary with Tonto and Ella. She was just seven days old, and had been abandoned by her mum when very small. A gorgeous couple drove her and the other two all the way from Lake King (480 km), to the sanctuary to make […]

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Tonto Profile

Tonto

Tonto (ram lamb). Arrived 30 June 2015 Tonto is a Hampshire x Merino lamb who arrived at Happy Hooves Farm Sanctuary with Annie and Ella. He was three weeks old, and had been abandoned by his mum when very small – this breed of sheep are notoriously skittish and unfortunately mothers can easily be scared […]

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Ella

Ella (sheep). Arrived 30 June 2015 Ella is a Hampshire x Merino who arrived at Happy Hooves Farm Sanctuary with Tonto and Annie (also Hampshire x Merino). She was just three weeks old, and had been abandoned by her mum when very small – this breed of sheep are notoriously skittish and unfortunately mothers can […]

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Daisy Mae, Betty Lou, Sue Ellen, Charlene and Thelma

The Trailer Trash Girls (hens). Arrived 4 May 2015 These five feisty gals got their name from the fact that they were discovered in a Kalamunda Park, obviously dumped like trash, and had to spend two weeks in quarantine – the only place we had available that provided them with a comfortable home sheltered from […]

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