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I rehomed Dade yesterday. He was advertised as an anery/bloodred but when he arrived he looked to me like a Miami. He has now been identified as a corn oakelm rehomed a while back, which was then sold on.

He is in fact a high pink anery het bloodred bred by LEXCORN.

He ate for me last night which is always a good start.







 

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That's so cool that you know his story now :) what a small world. Best of luck with him, he's a very handsome and unusual boy!
 

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Is this one of the ones that had loads of stuck shed and things Pauline?
Thank goodness they are in good hands now :2thumb:
 

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That's so cool that you know his story now :) what a small world. Best of luck with him, he's a very handsome and unusual boy!
It's great, I'm so pleased oakelm got in touch.




Is this one of the ones that had loads of stuck shed and things Pauline?
Thank goodness they are in good hands now :2thumb:
It was only the caramel that had the retained shed, this guy was fine.
 

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im so glad you have his info now! he is looking great and is a stuning boy x
 

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When I checked on him last night he was out and about for the 1st time since he came, so I guess food has been digested and he's settling in.
 
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