Maureen Harmon
Last Activity:
Apr 7, 2020
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Jul 19, 2017
Messages:
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Gender:
Female
Birthday:
Oct 30, 1972 (Age: 48)
Location:
Peru, NY
Occupation:
Licensed Optician

Maureen Harmon

Active Member, Female, 48, from Peru, NY

5 month old pygmy wether has UC! Jul 19, 2017

Maureen Harmon was last seen:
Apr 7, 2020
    1. Karen
      Karen
      We need more info for Tyrion to be Pet of the Day! Could you tell us his age, breed, and a story about why he is special? Is he always a couch goat? How did you decide to get him? What is his personality like? All that sort of stuff!
      1. Maureen Harmon
        Maureen Harmon
        I tried to reply but it told me I went too long. My boy was saved by our amazing vet, Dr. Sarah! He was going to die at 5 months. She saved him and only charged us a fraction of the real cost. She is a god send, and this coming from a wiccan.
        May 15, 2018
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      2. Karen
        Karen
        Aww, that's great, so how is he doing now? Bigger and stronger I bet!
        May 16, 2018
    2. Maureen Harmon
      Maureen Harmon
      5 month old pygmy wether has UC!
      1. Maureen Harmon
        Maureen Harmon
        The vet has him on AC and an anti inflammatory. Is there anything else I can do for him right now. It's been since Sunday and he's no worse, but no better. It breaks my heart to hear him cry!
        Jul 19, 2017
      2. Suzanne_Tyler
        Suzanne_Tyler
        He might need to have a surgery to remove the stones.
        Aug 3, 2017
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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Oct 30, 1972 (Age: 48)
    Location:
    Peru, NY
    Occupation:
    Licensed Optician
    Goat:
    Tyrion (Pygmy Wether), Arya (Nigerian Dwarf, and Annakin (Myotonic/Fainter)
    Proud mother of three amazing girls who have grown into wonderful women. When my last was going off to college the “empty nest” syndrome was going to be a challenge! According to my youngest I have filled the emptiness with my three goat babies. They are all spoiled house goats and share it with our three dogs and three cats. I was starting to be concerned about my trifecta pattern so we also have 10 hens, 7 roosters, and recently, 8 ducklings! My husband is a saint and is an active spoiler with all of our critters!
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