Shanti is causing more problems than the other two combined... medically, at least. If any of you remember my thread on GW about him going bald, well, I put vegetable shortening on it for a week or so once a day and the skin softened up and the hair grew back. But now I have a more serious concern... he seems off balance, and a little "ouchy." He went to the vet's last Friday (5 days ago) and got two shots, one in his shoulder and a rabies shot in his rump, as did the other guys. They seemed fine, I took them home and they still seemed fine. About two days ago I noticed Shanti "crouching" when he walked and kind of dragging his feet at times. His back legs are kind of stiff looking and he just seems off. Good appetite, I didn't take his temp yet, and up and about. But his tail is down, and he is almost hobbling, but it's not severe enough to call it that. I thought maybe he was sore from the injections (the other two are fine, mind you) but it's 5 days later, and he looks to be getting worse. The thing that really worries me is he was eating his grain and his front legs seem tender/weak. One leg kind of buckled and he fell on his knee. Then I let him off the leash to go graze after getting grain, which I do every day. He wandered over to Melino's dish to see if there was any grain left. Melino was still tied up and he got "tripped" by the leash when he tried to pass it. It was about chest height. He kind of tried to push through it then fell over. He layed splayed on the ground and just layed there, seemingly unable to get up, until I helped him. The poor thing So he just doesn't seem right. And I may be over reacting... I hope I am, but I am worried about him. I think Ill call the vet tomorrow if he's still acting funny. Goat polio crossed my mind, though I don't know much about it... any suggestions about what might be going on? Hopefully he is either sore from the shots or just having an off day. But I know that when something is really wrong they can go downhill fast and wanted more experienced people's oppinions. Then if I do call the vet I'll be able to explain/offer ideas better. Thanks.