I was found wondering all alone by a group of kind strangers – apparently I had a few cuts and grazes on my face too. When they couldn’t locate my previous owners, I found my way to Goodheart. I love it here – there’s plenty of other sheep to graze with and I enjoy meeting new visitors.
You’ll be able to recognise me by my distinctive deep baa and I’m always first to come and say hello when you call or shake a bucket. I’m one of the older male sheep at the sanctuary and I live in a flock with the other bachelors, including Bob, Fez and Hyde.
We have two adoption boxes to choose from:
Click the button below to buy a Teddy the Sheep Adoption Box as a gift. We can either deliver it to you to give in person, or directly to your recipient. There’s also the option to add a gift message to the box free of charge.
Ever wondered how we care for our sheep? We give our sheep visual health checks twice a day, making sure to identify and isolate any individuals which may be under the weather so that we can give them immediate treatment. We also give our flock a thorough health check every 6 weeks, checking their condition and general health.
Bob was found all alone on the roadside with no other sheep to be seen. Since his arrival at Goodheart, he has proved to be a bright an inquisitive soul, keen to make friends with all the residents large or small.
While we don’t have any lambs available for adoption, you can sponsor Bob on our Sponsorship page. Bob arrived with back in May 2020 us an orphaned lamb. Although he’s grown up, he still has a very fun, playful and friendly nature!