I have 2 Conti Giant Does Available from a litter of 7
One Agouti and One Black.
Both so friendly and have lovely personality’s. Very good eaters too.
Will need a lot of space due to the size they will grow! Currently been living inside with mum but love the outdoors and spends a lot of time in the garden.
Used to being handled by me and my children.
Both been vaccinated with the new 3-1 and passed there health check with flying colours.
Ready to leave there forever home on the 4th June.
We are in Warwickshire West Midlands
Any questions please give me a message
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