Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Orion learns to beg

16 comments:

Gail said...

Logan, will you train my dogs?

Glenda said...

Christy, Andrew (10yo son) and I got the biggest kick out of this!! We both said, "He's just like a dog!", and his cute little "wagging" tail reminds us of one of our pups who is forever wagging her nublet of a tail :).

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

Isn't that darling? Goats make such great pets.

Wrensong Farm said...

Too darn cute!! Thanks for the smile!

Christy said...

Glenda - he wags that tail all the time. Especially when he sees us coming, he is just like a dog.

Joanna - We just adore him so much!

Gayle said...

I think that is going to be one very spoiled goat! :)

linda m said...

How cute is that! :) Love the "wagging" tail!!

JLB said...

that is so cute! I dont even have time to train my dogs (good thing they know almost everything they need too) Let alone my goats!

How old is Orion now?

Christy said...

Gayle - That's the plan. LOL

Christy said...

Orion is 8 weeks old.

Farmgirl_dk: said...

So cute!!! I can't wait for Logan to teach him to sit! LOL

Anonymous said...

Is that really something you want that animal to be doing when he's 200+ pounds with very sharp hooves? Think about it.

Christy said...

Well, since is a dwarf goat that won't get over 50 pounds, we aren't so worried. And we trim his hooves regularly, while he is sleeping in my lap.

CeeCee said...

Glad y'all are enjoying him so!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

lol! I love it! I've not had a goat in my house for a long time now. And a llama's just not the same. lol!

Orion is the cutest goatie...but Logan playing with him, there is nothing cuter than that! :)

~Lisa

Jennifer said...

He is such a pretty goat. I love his color and black spot and it looked like he has blue eyes too. How pretty.

When I tell people that we have goats and even though we raise them there are a few special pets in the herd they sometimes don't know what to think. I don't think a lot of people know what great personalities they can have and how dog like they can be in their affection and curiosity. The does and wethers do make great pets for people that know about them. :)