We got our two goats! So excited! One is a Pygmy and one is a Nigerian. Both does. They are both four years old. We are urban farmers and our goats are in our backyard (with all our other animals). We are new to goat keeping but excited to do it. We were a bit surprised how big the goats were but it is ok. They were mainly tethered at their old home so I think that is why they are a bit large even though they are supposed to be dwarf goats. We are planning on taking them for long walks three times a week and hopefully that will expend some of their energy and make them more fit. They are very friendly and follow us everywhere. This will be the first weekend that we can really spend alot of time with them. The main problem so far is teaching them to not jump on us and not jumping on the kennel door in the morning so that we can let them out. They are also REALLY pushy when we have food in our hands. I have read a few topics on these things and in the three days that we have now had them, I have been really consistent with pushing them off me and sternly saying "Down!" Even when they look like they are about to jump up on me, I say it. So far, it seems to be working. It is still early for them though. The food issue is crazy though. I can barely get them their hay without feeling like I am in the middle of a stampede. We will try the water gun and see how that works. Overall though, I am really happy with our girls. I have to share a story though. The first night that we had them, the Pygmy starting baaaing when we put them in the kennel at night. It was constant. I was worried that she would baa all night and that it would disturb the neighbors. My husband wanted to go out there and comfort her and pet her to make her feel better and I was saying nooooo, if you comfort her or if she sees you, she will keep doing it because she knows you will respond. So we shut the lights off and closed the curtains and it was a battle of wills as my husband and I were deciding what to do about her. Fifteen minutes later, she shut up and went to bed. That was a LONG fifteen minutes. Now three days laters, they go to the kennel on their own and when we cut the lights out and close the curtains, they shut right up. I'm so glad I spent alot of time on this forum learning so much before we got these goats.