Mini Nubian Wethers

$150 obo


Unfortunately these sweet boys are looking for new homes. They are both Mini Nubian wethers, super sweet guys but they are at the very bottom of the pecking order in the little herd they live with. I got them in October 2019 and ever since we brought them home they’ve been getting picked on pretty bad by our other bigger goats (our rammy Nigerian Dwarfs) but it's been worse lately and they haven't been getting quite the amount of food or attention they need. I’ve decided the best thing for them is to re-home them where they would be happier and healthier. PETS ONLY, no meat buyers please. I would love to see them go to a home where they will get lots of attention and love and somewhere they won’t be picked on by other bigger goats like they are now. Going to a home with other calmer Mini Nubians would be great. I would prefer to see them go to a home together, but they are not super attached to each other so they could be separated. Located in Charlie Lake, BC. Call or text 780-266-3337 if interested (Alberta number)

The brown and white one is Finn, his birthday is June 12, 2019. He is not the prettiest looking but he is very sweet and calm natured. He is pretty standoffish and hasn’t been handled as much as he needs, but once he is caught he’s very nice. I really believe with the right owners who can give him lots of attention, he will become a really good little buddy. I have worked with him a bit on leading with a collar but he is really not into it, once again, that can be fixed with more consistent training. I’ve only trimmed his hooves twice but he has been super good with his feet in the past and just stands there while I trim them.

The black and white one is Sage, his birthday is July 30, 2019. He is by far one of the friendliest goats I’ve seen. All he wants to do is be pet and scratched and hang out with you. He can be a little bit nibbly and he does jump up sometimes but he’s not too bad. He would make an awesome pet for pretty much anyone as long as you don’t mind his jumping up. He hasn’t been led on a collar much at all but I don’t think it would be hard to train him to do that. From what I remember he is okay with his feet but he can be pretty squirmy sometimes, however he is pretty small and easy to restrain to trim his feet.

Posted City: Fort St. John
Posted: 08/17/2020
Expires: 09/28/2020
Ad ID: 682695
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Posted by: Jaz Rousu
Registered City: Charlie Lake, BC
Member Since: 2019
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