Are you ready to bring some sass and sunshine into your life? Look no further than Sassy! This lovable goat has a natural gift for making friends. Sassy adores people and thrives on human interaction. Sassy is a friendly and sweet toggenburg/alpine type goat who is approximately 1 years old. She and her herd came into care underweight and in desperate need of hoof care, but they have all recovered well and are ready to find their new home.
There are 5 goats in her herd and although not required, it would be preferred if they could be adopted together. Sassy is bonded to her mother, Missy, so the pair must be adopted together, even if they don’t stay with the rest of the herd.
All 5 goats are vaccinated and tested negative for CAE and Johne’s disease.
Location: Grand Forks (Foster)
Adoption Fee: $75
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that we require an adoption questionnaire to be filled out in order to be able to set up viewing appointments.
- Days in care: 124
- Approximate age: 1 year old
- Pet Type: Farm Animal
- Breed: Goat-Toggenburg
- Colour: Black / White
- Weight: kg
- Sex: Female
- Animal ID: 571680
- Adoption fees
CompatibilityImportant: The history and compatibility of an animal is not always known. If certain compatibility criteria have been identified, they will be listed here or in the animal's description.
Should I keep my cat indoors? Is unsupervised outdoor...
The BC SPCA recommends that cats live indoors. Indoor cats have a longer life span than those that go outside. Whether you choose to let your cat out or keep them in, know how to provide them with the best environment...
What does spay or neuter mean?
“Spaying” and “neutering” are surgical procedures used to prevent pets from reproducing. In a female animal, “spaying” consists of removing the ovaries or uterus and ovaries. The...
How do I transition an outdoor cat into a cat that lives...
Transitioning an outdoor cat to an indoor cat can be stressful. For the well-being of everyone involved it is best when done gradually. Start by allowing them free access to the indoors at any point in the day. Make...
How do I house train a puppy?
Puppies are a lot of fun and, like toddlers, they need to learn where to go potty. Remember it’s up to us to teach them and reward them when they get it right. When house training your puppy, consider training...
How do I choose a dog trainer?
Reward-based training methods are shown to be more effective and better for your dog. Choose a trainer who uses only humane, reward-based methods – this means the trainer will never use fear or pain to train your...
Should I buy a puppy from a pet store?
Read our position on the sale of pets from pet stores (PDF). What are the concerns with buying from a pet store? You don’t know where the animals came from. What if they were living in filth and their mothers...
How do I socialize my puppy?
Socializing your puppy is one of the most important things you can do to help him have a happy and healthy life. What is puppy socialization? There is a window or “sensitive period” in which to socialize...
How to stop my kitten from biting and scratching me?
When there’s a new kitten at home, it can be tempting to play with her with your hands – don’t! Your cute kitten will grow into an adult cat who might think biting your hands is a natural, normal thing...