Two adorable Valais Blacknose lambs from Whitehall farm in Dumfries are set to become ‘friends’ for people suffering from personality disorder.
Twin brothers Donald and Douglas, born last month, will be donated to the Dumfries and Galloway Personality Disorder Support charity (DGPDS) later this year to help with pet therapy.
Emily Duncan, 38, who runs Whitehall Farm in Dumfries with her husband Henry, 40, said the pair are being rehomed because of their imperfect markings.
The mum-of-two said: “Donald and Douglas don’t have good enough markings to make good rams. They will however make excellent friends.”