Hi everyone!! I am sorry I have out of touch for so long... I will have time tomorrow night to explain all of the hectic stuff that has been going on around here, but for right now I really need some help!!! So I will tell you about the most resent events for now. Monday (11/26/2007) my two Pygmy girls (that were purchased bred) kidded. They weren't showing any signs of delivering this soon (which of course since they were purchased bred I had no clue when exactly they would be due)! One of the Does had twins but somehow she got on top of one of them and crushed him ... a little buckling. At first we thought she was trying to reject the other one and had a really rough time with all of this Monday night.. She finally started acting motherly and we have one healthy Buckling to show for it. My other Pygmy Doe decided that she would kid at the exact same time! We had no problems with her accepting her baby and she provided us with a beautiful little Doeling(pictures of both kids coming tomorrow). I have been so upset about the loss of the Buckling. I have been keeping myself busy since then with the two kids we have alive and am just now getting the chance to post on here about it. We spent hours trying to save the little guy but he just couldn't pull thru it .... Anyways back to the two kids that we are blessed with.... I have a question about waddles. The little Doeling that was born has wattles, but one of the wattles is more up the side of her face than under her chin like the other one is (and like I am presuming they are supposed to be). Is this common or is it a sign of inbreeding or something? The Does were bred when I got them so I can't be 100% certain of the previous breeders breeding methods. What do I do about it? Can she pass it on to her offspring? I will list pictures of the two kids tomorrow and I will be sure to get good pictures of what I am talking about. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!