I have a 2 year old goat who suddenly started limping. When he stands still, he lifts his front leg off the ground 2 inches. He then started lying to eat grass rather than walking. I inspected his leg, foot, hoof and found nothing out of ordinary. He exhibited no pain during inspection. I took him to vet. Vet inspected, found nothing physically wrong, no bones broken. Vet first thought muscle strain, so vet put him on 4 days of anti-inflammatory meds. No change. Then vet said could be nerve related. Vet put him on steroid shots for 2 weeks. Very little improvement. He limps less and does now use the leg to paw before lying down. Still holds leg up when standing still. He is still solid and healthy, no change in eating or personality. He is CAE negative in February. Closed herd. He was given 4g copper bolus 4 days after limp started. (50-60lb Nigerian Dwarf). Vet says he doesn't know. Might not improve. Any thoughts?? Anyone else dealt with this? LW.