Caring for Your Miniature Donkey
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Lilyrose
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Rating: 5

A must have

posted 5 years ago

As a long-time horse owner, I was suprised by the differences between them & my mini donkey. This book is a great reference for mini donk owners. It covers all general care, feeding, first aid, vaccinations, and more.

Pros: Good Information

Cons: A little pricey

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Lisa A.
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Very good

posted 5 years ago

I found this for a friend of mine who is a rescue for mini horses and donkeys plus breeds mini donkeys. I thought it was very well written and good information that she might want to suggest this to potential owners. She was very thankful.

Pros: lots of info

Cons: N/A

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