Adoption, change their life, change yours
PSGR is dedicated to the health and happiness of the goats we have rescued and taken into our care. We carefully screen each applicant and potential home to insure it is a good fit for all involved. The first step is to complete the adoption application. Listed below are some of the goats we currently have available for adoption.
These twin Lamancha boys have been bottle raised at the rescue since they were just a day old. Bruno is full of fun, playful personality and Gus is as sweet and laid back as can be. They are such an adorable duo and they are ready for their forever home! Apply to adopt Bruno & Gus!
We rescued Layla from a slaughterhouse last winter and a few months later she gave birth to twins Herman & Sherman at the rescue. This family is adorable, sweet and share an endearing bond. They will be ready for their new home, together as a family, in a few weeks. Apply to adopt Layla and her twins!
Brinley is a gorgeous young Alpine doe that we rescued from a local slaughterhouse this past Independence Day. She is very sweet and laid back and would love to be adopted with her Loxley from the same rescue. Brinley is ready for her happily ever after! Apply to adopt Brinley!
Frick and Frack are a bonded pair of Katahdin Sheep, a hair breed of sheep that naturally lose their coat of hair each year, no shearing required! These beautiful, social boys (who are neutered) were well loved in their former home but unforeseen circumstances led to their surrender to the rescue. They are ready to find their new forever home! Apply to adopt Frick & Frack!
Julia is an Oberhasli who came to us after being retired from a dairy. This sweet older gal is looking for a home along with her energetic and friendly sons, Ivan & Leo. Apply to adopt Julia, Ivan & Leo!
Tessa is a laid back and loving 5 year old Nubian doe. She wasn't happy in the life of a dairy so she came to us so she can find a forever home as a pet. Tessa likes to hang out with Willa, these ladies are so incredibly sweet! Apply to adopt Tessa!
Liberty is the namesake of our Independence Day slaughterhouse rescue. This gorgeous Alpine doe is small, sweet and very laid back. Not to mention her two toned beard is quite stylish. Liberty is now ready to meet her forever family! Apply to adopt Liberty!
These flashy, young Lamanchas were part of our most recent slaughterhouse rescue. They are gorgeous, playful and curious. They will soon be ready to go home with their forever family! Apply to adopt Mai Tai & Daiquiri!
They don't get much cuter and sweeter than this trio! These young Lamancha cross kids have been bottle raised at the rescue together since they were just a few days old. Twins, Sundance & Moonbeam and their BFF Taz are now ready to meet their forever family! Apply to adopt this trio!
This adorable lady would live in your pocket if she could, she just adores attention and quietly being by your side. Eloise is a 1.5 year old Lamancha who was taken out of a dairy program and will make such a lovely pet. You can't help but fall in love with this sweet girl! Apply to adopt Eloise!
Willa loves her cheek scratches like nothing else! She is technically a Mini Nubian but she is more of a standard size goat with so much love to give, she just adores attention. She is 4 years old and is ready for a life as a pampered pet. She likes to spend time with her friend Tessa. You will just fall in love with this sweet girl! Apply to adopt Willa!
Charismatic and oh so sweet, these young Lamancha boys have been bottle raised at the rescue and are the best of friends. They have so much personality, love to play and still love their snuggly lap time. Apply to adopt Ziggy & Tucker!
Nash is a super sweet and charismatic yearling Lamancha who was bottle raised at the rescue last year and recently returned when he lost his companion. He is playful and fun loving and such a sweet boy! Apply to adopt Nash!
This pretty, young Alpine doeling was part of our Independence Day slaughterhouse rescue. She is very social and polite. She is ready to meet her forever family along with one of her friends here at the rescue. She loves spending time with Brinley, we believe they all came from the same farm originally. Apply to adopt Loxley!
One of our recent slaughterhouse rescues, Tyson is so full of personality! He wouldn't let us leave without him the day of the rescue, he stayed right by our side waiting for cheek scratches. Tyson will soon be ready for his forever home! Apply to adopt Tyson!
Just look at this face! Suki is a curious and sweet Lamancha doe that was part of a big slaughterhouse rescue we did earlier this summer. This lovely lady is now ready for her happily ever after to continue in her forever home! Apply to adopt Suki!
Zahara is a flashy Alpine cross doe who is likely crossed with a smaller breed as she is quite small, almost mini-Alpine like. We rescued Zahara from a local slaughterhouse earlier this summer. She is social, curious and ready to find her forever home! Apply to adopt Zahara!
Beckett was part of our most recent slaughterhouse rescue. Beckett is a laid back, gentle and incredibly sweet Oberhasli wether (neutered male). He is gaining weight and looking very handsome. He will soon be ready to meet his forever family. Apply to adopt Beckett!
Eden is a gorgeous 1.5 year old Lamancha who was taken out of a dairy program and is ready for life as a beloved pet. She is always first to greet you at the gate and loves to be around people. Apply to adopt Eden!
This big, Boer wether (neutered male) was surrendered to us when his companion passed away and his elderly owners could no longer care for him. He has been a loved and cherished pet an you can tell, he is very social and easy going. He is truly enjoying having the companionship of other goats again. Elgin is ready for his forever home! Apply to adopt Elgin!
These super sweet Lamancha boys have been bottle raised with us since they were just a few days old. They are social, playful and still love their snuggly lap time. They are now ready to meet their forever family! Apply to adopt Sylvester & Irish!
Tara the llama came to us when her family moved and was no longer able to keep her. She has been with goats and sheep and has taken a liking to the neighbors horses. She is laid back and very easy to handle. She will do well in a home with other farm animals; llamas, horses, goats or sheep. Apply to adopt Tara!
They don't get much sweeter than Finn. We rescued Finn from a dairy when he was just a few hours old. He has been bottle raised at the rescue and is such a sweet little guy who just adores people. He will soon be ready to go to his forever home along with his best buddy Max. Apply to adopt Finn!
Ronin & Pepe are two very bonded Mini-Lamanchas (possibly brothers) who were rescued by a family that used to drive by them everyday tied out in a field with no shelter. The family saved them but was unable to keep them. These adorable boys are "in your pocket" type of goats and love to be by your side. They are young, playful, social and oh so sweet!
PSGR is located in WA State. We adopt within state and occasionally to neighboring states. If you are outside of our area but are looking to adopt rescues, we suggest PetFinder.com. Used exclusively by animal rescue groups and shelters, you can search for barnyard animals, specifically goats and within your area by zip code. It is a great resource for finding rescue groups and available rescues for adoption in your area.