My aunt was recently given a super, super nice buck. He was given to her because he has swollen knees, what looks like laminitis in his rear hooves (like a foundered horse his previous owner said). All he basically does is eat, sleep, and lay around. He obviously is not very comfortable (because of not standing) but his eyes do not reflect pain. You can tell when a goat is in pain and he does not act like that. He does not have a temperature, he has been tested repeatedly for CAE - always came back negative. He was also raised on CAE prevention. His previous owner just wanted him to be euthanized but my aunt is a softy and works at a veterinary clinic so has access to medicines, etc. She wanted to treat him using homeopathics. I'll ask her to get some pictures of his hooves. His right side has the most trouble. His right front knee is more swollen and right rear leg he does not like to put much weight on. His hock bothers him. We worked with him today - stretching his right rear leg back, doesn't bother him, he just doesn't like weight on it. Anybody ever seen anything like this before? We were looking in the homeopathic book and it said sometimes buck housed in small areas and fed a high-calcium diet can develop symptoms just like these, so we are using homeopathics to try and treat in that way now. . . . Any thoughts?