Stacey, I agree, everybody needs a pasture ornanment, and Gus LOVES to snuggle. Caesar is sweet too but Caesar is sticky :roll: I remember when Gus had pneumonia, we had to have him in the house, and the only way he would sleep is curled up with me on the couch, he is so sweet cute kids, His sinuses will take probably about 2 weeks to fully close, he still has a little hole that he's blowing bubbles out of but it is closing up. One of the biggest reasons to remove scurs is because the bigger ones(like Gus') will break off and bleed quite a bit. Gus' scurs were just like horns, but scurs themselves are weaker in structure than real horns are. Gus' scurs were significantly weakened after he had the tree branch fall on his head, it actually repositioned the scurs. Caesar broke his scur while fighting. I have does with small scurs that break off about once a month, no biggy. I have a couple that I need to band the scurs. You see, with wethers, they do not have the hormones that bucks have, so things like that either a) don't grow or b) if they do grow, it's not very fast. On Caesar, there was a little bit the vet missed when she took off his one scur, and that is already growing back. It will be taken care of in January. Gus was the first kid I disbudded and I freaked out on him and messed him up. My mom re-disbudded him 2 weeks later but he still ended up with scurs. With your guys, if the scurs aren't that big, I would recommend just banding them, that would be the easiest thing to do.