My two Nigerian Dwarf girls are almost one year old now. I'm their momma - they follow me everywhere, I love it. They come running anytime I call them. However, although they like everybody else in my family they refuse to listen to anyone else. At night, when it's time to put them back in their safe fenced area they are usually up here by the house waiting for me to come outside. They then follow me or play around me while I do chores and then put them to bed. On the few nights that I'm not home and someone else does the chores - they refuse to be put away. They literally have to be picked up, carried or dragged (I'm really against that one) into the run. My 19 yr. old son was ready to strangle them this week when I was gone and he was helping with them. They refused to budge. I'm assuming this is normal goat behavior but wonder if anyone else has run into this and found a way to get their goats to listen to or follow someone else? Oh, bribes don't work. Hay, grain, treats - they won't even look at them when offered by someone else when they know they are going to be put away for the night. Does that make them really smart or really smart alecs?