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Barry & Linda Bolewicz
16430 SW Holly Hill Road
Hillsboro OR 97123
503-628-2023
email us  bolewicz at netzero dot net
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EasyGo Farm
Hillsboro OR
Bob & Woody
Bob
Woody (in front) and Bob
Bob and Woody have found a new home.

They've been together since they were born.
They are good fleece producers.

Their owner says:

Bob and Woody, 9-year-old Huacaya geldings,
have been together since their birth on Marty
McGee Bennett’s farm in Bend. Woody, the
white, is deaf, and Bob (medium fawn) has
always been his self-appointed hearing-ear
alpaca.

They worked with me in psychotherapy sessions
for years, and they need a retirement home
where they will be with other camelids and,
most important, can stay together.

They are both in good health, slightly better-fed
than ideal. Bob was gelded early and so is a bit
high in the hind, and he’s also a bit soft in the
pasterns, but it doesn’t impact his functioning.
Both are heavy wool producers and are curious
and respectful.

I will provide coaching/training if needed on
specifics of handling them, and Marty Bennett
has offered free attendance at any of her
upcoming clinics to the new adoptive parents of
these boys.

Prefer a new family where they can be part of a
herd with handlers experienced in
Camelidynamics handling methods OR
willingness to be trained/coached. They are not
difficult to work with, AND they’ve only been
handled according to these principles for their
whole lives. It’s not difficult to learn, and I’m
happy to do the teaching!