Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

i have 2 nigerian dwarf goats that i am not able to care for due to health problems. i am a senior citizen whos only passion in life are my animals. i have been this way since i was a child. my goats are my pets and i only trust them to go to someone who has had goats before and who truly loves them .too many want them for free so they can sell i read this forum and hoped that here i could find them a loving home.they are 6months old.they are brother and sister the doe is black and white named sara,the wether is named ozzy.they are so sweet and friendly.they do not have horns.i have spoiled them and they love attention.i have lots of hay and straw and pick nic table and feed and clippers etc to go with them.i am wanting $200 for both of them.i have learned the hard way not to give pets away because people might turn around and sell them.please let them stay together as they lve each other.i am 15 miles soth of louisville ky please i you can make the part of your goat family.thank you. mary

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Comment by Adele Rodgers on January 21, 2013 at 1:41pm

Mary, I'm so sorry to hear of your problem. I wish I lived close..I would take them. I live in California, but my sister lives in Readyville, TN. I will call her this morning and see if she know anyone that would want to buy them.

I will repost if I get an info for you.

Comment by Margaret Langley on November 17, 2012 at 3:40pm

Mary, I am so sorry to here this. I to am one of those who grew up with lots of animals and cannot imagine life without them. I hope you will have good luck with finding them a home soon. If it turns out that you can't find them one in the next couple of months I might can help you out after that so don't give up hope if it takes a while. I know someone who may be interested after Christmas! I am glad they are not horned. Are they registered NDs or what? If you let me know a little more about their breeding and/or if you happen to have any pictures you can post it will help. My oldest son who is in the Army is stationed there at Ft.Campbell, in Ky. and lives in Clarkesville, Tn. It isn't all that far, less than 200 miles. I will talk to him to see if he can help!

Comment by Hannah on November 16, 2012 at 11:51am

Best of luck to you in finding them a good home!

Kentucky's a bit too far away for me, but they sound quite lovely.

Comment by J Maple on November 15, 2012 at 9:23pm

Hi Mary---

I have forwarded your post to a good friend who lives in Southern Indiana (about 30 min from Lou)....hopefully she will be able to pass the word around to people who will love Sara and Ozzy. I'm praying they will find the perfect home. Blessings to you.

Comment by Janel Rickey on November 15, 2012 at 3:10pm

So sorry to hear! Hugs... I don't know what I would do without my animals!

Comment by Deborah Niemann-Boehle on November 15, 2012 at 2:29pm

I'm so sorry you can't keep your goats. I shared your post with someone else who is in Kentucky, so maybe she can help pass along the info on your goats! Good luck!

Comment by Jan on November 15, 2012 at 2:17pm

Oh, Mary, I am sorry you need to part with your pets. I, too, am a senior and have had to drastically reduce my herd so in sickness and health I can manage their care. Someone will come along and be the right fit for your two. hang in there.

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