Hello! I am new to this forum, which I found in my search to an answer to a problem I have been having for about 2 weeks. My goat is about 3 months old now, I have been taking him around on a halter since 2 weeks old. Basically when I started with him on the halter there wasn't much 'training' to do since he followed me around everywhere with or without it on. Lately though every time I take him out he walks as slow as he possibly can and is putting constant pressure on the halter. I first tried the pressure and release method, pulling him until he would move and then release the pressure, but he just goes right back to going slow and tightens up the slack in the lead. I tried a new halter, switching him from a plain rope halter to a fancy one with a chain on the lead, hoping that the extra pressure the chain would offer would convince him that putting constant pressure on the lead wasn't worth it anymore. I even tried taking another goat with us and he still just walks as slow as the lead will allow. The only other things I can think of that I haven't tried is leading him by a collar instead, or feed him treats if he ever loosens up on the lead in hopes he will pick up the pace. He still acts normal and loving towards me and everyone else, he just is driving me nuts not walking normally. I have been having to walk him with gloves on since the lead is giving me blisters there is so much pressure on it when ever I take him out. Thank you for any feedback! I have trained so many different goats to lead but this little guy has just stumped me.