Hi! I have two 9 month old Anglo Nubians - one is a doe and the other a wether. They were both bottle fed and are beautifully natured. However, the past couple of months the wether has been pushing his luck. He started off gently head butting kids (human ones!) but to the point now where if it takes them off guard he will actually push them, but still not hard enough to hurt them. Occasionally he will have his hackles up when he does so. He has always been nippy but now actually bites and it hurts. He doesn't do it aggressively just usually when you sit with them to pet them and they come over for strokes they both like to try and chew coat toggles etc but he always moves onto hands. The past week or two I have given him a firm NO when he does so and he does not like it! He will walk backwards and gently headbutt me. I have started with a spray bottle when he is acting up and it does work as he hates it, however I am concerned as this doesn't seem to be usual wether behaviour. I have checked his bits and he has a scrotal sack but it is completely flat and I can't feel anything left in there. His urine definitely smells stronger than hers but he doesn't urinate on himself and doesn't have the usual bucky smell. However, is there any chance anything at all has been left behind or is he just a naughty teenager? It's a shame because for the majority of the time he's such a goofy, fun goat but I can't trust him around children at the moment just incase he steps up a gear and actually hurts them. Thank you!