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Our Gift Shop - Now Open!

Galahad's Sanctuary is delighted to offer our "Gift of Love" sponsorship - a one-off gift for a loved one, family member, friend or work colleague. 

It's been a tough couple of years for the sanctuary. We've suffered financially due to Covid restrictions with no events or paid visits, but that hasn't stopped our treasured animals wanting to be part of your lives!

Choose below from one of our animals (or more if you want!) to sponsor, and we will send via email your chosen animal's photo together with its profile,

a Galahad's Sanctuary sponsor's certificate and a whole lot of thanks. 

It's the perfect gift for children learning about animal care and philanthropy, for people unable to own their own animal or for anyone who wants to love and support animals that endured a tough start in life.

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Milkshake

Camel

Milkshake was sold at auction at a property sale. We bid on her against the doggers to ensure she did not end up at a slaughter house to be killed for pet meat. She has blossomed since joining the sanctuary, quite a personality and diva, she loves to greet visitors with a camel purr and kiss.

 

Milkshake's expenses include:

2 bales of lucerne and oaten hay a week

Worming every month (and testing)

1 bag of oaten chaff and minerals every month

Annual vet care

Camel training lessons

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Catapult

Camel

Catapult was sold at auction at a property sale. We bid on him against the doggers to ensure he did not end up at a slaughter house to be killed for pet meat. He was quite traumatised, but has come on in leaps and bounds since joining us, and is slowly regaining his trust of humans. 

Catapult's expenses include:

2 bales of lucerne and oaten hay a week

Worming every month (and testing)

1 bag of oaten chaff and minerals every month

Annual vet care

Camel training lessons

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Aramis

Alpaca

 

Aramis along with his brothers Athos, Porthos, and d’Artagnan, had become inherited "goods" of the new but absentee tenants after the sale of their property. They were unshorn and neglected. A kind-hearted neighbour knew their welfare would be severely compromised, and sought assistance from Edgar's Mission, who provided a pedicure, shear, drench, vaccinations and vitamin shots. They were then placed in our care at Galahad's Sanctuary.

Aramis' expenses include:

1 bag of alpaca pellets and oaten/lucerne chaff  once a month

Shearing and drench once a year

Pedicure and Vitamin D injections twice a year

Annual vet care

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Wokka

Wild Brumby

 Isn't Wokka sensational! He was found all on his own in Northern Victoria with an injury to his foot. Now he roams 15 acres at Galahad's Sanctuary with his friends and enjoys his new life without a care in the world. 

Wokka's expenses include:

2 bales of hay a fortnight

Dental work and vaccinations every year

Hoof trimming every 4 weeks

Regular worming and carrots

Annual vet care

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Little Boy Blue

Dorper sheep

You won't believe the story of Little Boy Blue and his start in life! He was nearly killed by a car but luckily the driver saw him in time and discovered he had a terrible head wound after being dropped from the sky by a predator. Thanks to Edgar's Mission, he found his way to us. Little Boy Blue believes that he single-handedly runs Galahad's Sanctuary.

Little Boy Blue's expenses include:

1 bag of hobby farm mix a month

1 bag of oaten and lucerne chaff a month

Shearing and drenching twice a year

Hoof trimming every 6 months

Annual vet care

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Joan

Wolfhound x Staghound

Joan's story still makes us gasp. She was taken to the vet to be put down before her first birthday because she was too big and chased a horse. Luckily for us, the vet contacted a breeder and she found her way to Galahad's Sanctuary. Thank goodness for vets who recognise dogs are not disposable items.

 Joan's expenses include:

7 kg meat a week

Monthly flea and worming medication

Regular grooming and pedicures

Annual vet care