I'm starting to think my little Isis would be better served in a pet only home... She's tiny. Minuscule. No current health problems, but I wonder if those very bad issues I had with her last winter stunted her growth. You might remember them. She nearly died during them but I pulled her through somehow. Granted, her dam is really small too, and her sire wasn't huge either but... I have Hope's two boys from her last kidding here. They are younger than Isis and have the same sire, but are much bigger. Juliet, who is younger, is much bigger. She HAS grown. Just not like the others. It may just be genetics, it may have been her health problems as a youngster, but I think she might just not be a good breeding candidate. I also am not a huge fan of the TINY TINY goats...I like them to be a good size..21 inches at the shoulder or so? I'm guesstimating. She'd certainly not have trouble finding a pet home...white, blue eyes, and a personality ten times her size. The only problem is I really love her, and would hate to see her go. :tears: But can I really justify keeping a pet and run the risk of an accidental breeding as well? Cause you never know, right? Sigh... Isis and her mom: As a baby: Me and Lily, so you can see how small Lily is (Keep in mind I'M very small too): Edited to add: Size comparison, sorta. Julie is two months younger than Isis. What to do, what to do. Sigh.