Hey, I have 3 nigerian dwarf baby does. They are just over 3 weeks old. Seriously...cutest things I've ever owned (besides my own children). I'm wondering how you train goats though. A lot of their behaviors they currently do can be cute, or just a little annoying. However, I know when they're full grown, these behaviors would be dangerous. A couple things I'd like to train them on is not rushing out of the gate when I open it. I thought I saw somewhere a spray bottle works, but it doesn't seem to bother them too much. I know part of the issue currently is consistency. Ie: When we let them out of their pen in our garage, it leads straight to the backyard so we let them run out. However, when their in the enclosure outside, then the gate leads to the whole property and I worry about them running off. Another thing is jumping up, or on us. This usually happens during bottle time. I know they're so excited and hungry but they'll jump up on my shoulders, back, etc. I also just came across something that said if they rub their head on you or head butt it, they're asserting dominance? Is this always true? They even head butt their bottles and I just took that as what baby animals do to their mothers to get milk. Even newborn humans do this to some extent. It's hard because at this age I just want to let them get away with everything. They're small and cute...but I know I need to start thinking about training. Appreciate any tips and tricks that has worked for you and your herd.