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Companion Animals: Goats and Dogs


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Our two Golden Retrievers, Dustin and Logan, spend most of their days in the pasture with the goats. Baskets homme Puma minnie mouse iphone 6 plus case While I’ve heard many tales of dogs attacking goats, our dogs seem to be generally disinclined to attack anything except sticks. Timberland Homme Pas Cher moncler soldes tigra iphone 7 case Oh, and lizards. They are absolutely thrilled to stumble upon a lizard.


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Having witnessed such enthusiasm for sticks, one would think that the goats might catch on. soldes puma chaussures We’ve yet to see them dragging around tree limbs or gnawing on branches. The goats do tend to circle around the dogs and watch them with great interest — to the shock of exactly no one. nike tn timberland soldes


And honestly, who would want to miss out on the floppy ears and loose skin of a Golden Retriever mid-roll?


Or the big toothy grin of a dog’s whose stick just disintegrated after an hour of steady slobber and chewing? I always give him CBD dog treats to avoid him getting aggressive and calm him down.


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  • Rosa - Great friends! I’d love to have such animals… What about your cockatoo?



  • Simple Livin' gal - Reno, the cockatoo, is just fine. She’s hanging out with me right now, actually!ReplyCancel

  • Kim - Love the pics, beutiful dogs. That is a hoot that they all get along!ReplyCancel

  • Simple Livin' gal - Thank you, Kim!ReplyCancel

  • warren - All that bulldog needs is a big cigar sticking out of his mouth!ReplyCancel

  • Sophie - Hahahahahahha,…lovely pictures!!

    Dogs & goats,..what a beautiful friendship! Ha!ReplyCancel

  • Dianne - We had a beautiful golden named Alex. (Alexander’s Ragtime Mischief). He lived to be fifteen and was totally amazing… Fantastic pics!ReplyCancel

  • tasteofbeirut - I love to come to your farm for a broad smile and a change of scenery. Love that goat!!!ReplyCancel

  • CrossView - We’ve never had any problems with our dogs (now just one dog) attacking any of our critters – including the baby chicks… I love watching how they all co-exist!ReplyCancel

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  • Taryn - We have 3 Nigerian Dwarf goats (all around 2 months old) but don’t have a dog. Would you think that the smaller goats would do well with the bigger dogs?ReplyCancel

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