what do you get when you cross a cockerspaniel, a poodle and a goat?

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Answered: Picture of crossing to Jesus

Even non-busy ones in rural Kansas will appear the same. After all, He was fully human. Come to think of it, His eyesight was no doubt perfect, so He will see the crossing sharper and more clearly than some old farts with astigmatism, early cataracts, and bad myopia.

Answered: Pregnant toy poodle

Yes, that's normal. Swollen vulva is one of the signs of pregnancy in dogs. =)

Answered: What can you do if your goat eats wild cherry tree?

Sell the goat. Shoot the goat. Fence in the tree. You've got lots of options.

Answered: Will a fainting goat breed with a african pygmy goat

Yes. Since goats are the same mammilian creatures they are able to breed with eachother, no matter the breed of goat. If the pygmy is the doe then you should consult your vet immediately. Pygmy are notorius for having birthing difficulties anyway due to thier small size. Out of the 20+ I have ...

Answered: Should goats milk be creamy?

Hi, No, any milk of an animal (cow, gost, camel, buffalo.....) that gave birth is very not healthy (contains too high Pepsin) ! One should consume the "regular / ordinary" milk. Best regards,
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How well do goats mow lawns? I want to buy a couple of females to keep

Pygmy goats are actually not to eat grass or any wet greens. This can cause them to bloat which is very deadly for goats. However, if you were thinking about just having them as pets, they make excellent pets!

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WEll, it could have been worm overload. Had you ever dewormed it? Also, with the white gums it could have been anemic. They need a mineral lick. Did you ever have the vet look at it when this started?