Location: Bakers Hill, WA

Meet Ramsey, the three year old Dorper cross. This handsome boy was hand-reared and is very friendly. He likes to be around people, and also enjoys the company of other sheep and horses. He loves to play and go on adventure walks with his human. Although he has been castrated, young Ramsey has unfortunately become too boisterous for his current companion, an old ewe.

Before Ramsey is relocated he will be vaccinated and wormed.

An adoption fee of $50 applies.

Special thanks to Amanda at Furry Hearts Photography for the gorgeous photos of Ramsey.

Quick Reference List

Name:  Ramsey

Age:  3 years

Sex:  Male

Breed:  Dorper X

Wormed:  Yes

Sheared:  Last sheared Sept 17

Castrated:  Yes

Temperament:  Friendly, boisterous

Special Considerations:  Ideally Ramsey needs a home where he will have lots of attention and interaction with other sheep and humans.

Adoption Fee:  $50

 

We hope you can help us find a loving home for Ramsey .. Please fill in the form via the “APPLY HERE” button if you would like to know more, or offer to adopt.

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