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QVet Peter Wright works at Skel­dale Ve­teri­nary Cen­tre, the orig­i­nal James Her­riot prac­tice in Thirsk, North York­shire, and he’s also star of TV’s The York­shire Vet which is on Tues­days at 8pm on Chan­nel 5. You need to do plenty of re­search. Don­keys are very so­cia­ble and it is bet­ter if they are kept as a pair. Avoid an en­tirely male don­key as they can be ag­gres­sive but two fe­males or a geld­ing (cas­trated male) and a fe­male is fine. Don­keys also need a shel­ter as they can get chilly in cold wet weather. Learn what to look for if your don­key is un­well. They re­quire a diet low in pro­tein, sugar and carbs but high in fi­bre. A vet or Don­key Sanc­tu­ary will have more info.

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