If you remember I got Ginger in April, she is a GP/Anatolian mix. She looked like this: She now looks like this (sorry bad photo): Now this will be long but as she is our first LGD I want to make sure we are doing things the right way. Thank You in advance for reading such a long post. Ginger is from working parents, I took her home with me at 7 weeks of age and put her in with my weanling kids. They grew up together and now they are all in the mature doe pen. We taught her basic commands such as sit, down, walk on a leash, and to not jump on people. She has only left the pens 3 times to go to the vet for her puppy shots and she will be going again in January to get spayed. We work long hours and do not live where are goats are located, so we are only out there in the evenings to feed and usually most of the weekend. We only give Ginger attention when we feed, and most of it when we feed her in her pen. But anytime we go into the doe pen she is right under our feet and in our way. We cannot even touch the goats as she is pushing them out of the way or running them off. Is this something that she will grow out of? Have we done something wrong. We did not give her lots of attention but she always wants ours. Now when we leave the pen she will follow along the fenceline to watch us but does not whine or bark to get our attention. She also use to chase the goats and grab them by the leg but she is slowing down and stopping this behavior. I think she is showning signs of being a good LGD as she will not leave the pen without being forced. When we are building or making repairs and are hammering or using the power tools she barks and will get inbetween the noise and the goats. I dont know if this was just being a puppy or not but she did kill a rabbit that had got in the pen with her.