I have agreed to take on the task of trimming my step sons goats hooves that haven't been trimmed since he got them 8 months ago. These are basically wild goats who run the yard just to keep the bushes trimmed away from the fence line. Here are some things I'm concerned about. I know that just catching the poor things alone is going to stress them out. Then putting them in the stanchion and doing their hooves for god knows how long and finally giving them some shots. What can I do if anything to calm them down or relax them. I was thinking of worming them, giving them their CD/T, a shot of BoSe and maybe a copper bolus if they need it. Also checking for lice. What I'm wondering is if that's too much for the goats bodies to handle. All they live off of is what's in the yard and nothing else. Not even minerals. I don't want to overload them. What do you all think?