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Considering owning Nigerian Dwarf goats? Perhaps you have already bought a few goats. It is important to know what you are getting into! There is no question they are adorable and amazing! Yet they can also be plenty of work. Knowing the pros and cons, the work involved, and all the benefits can help you to make up your mind. I grew up with animals around the house and these delightful goats always had a special place in my heart. That's the reason why I decide to write a book about these cuties. Some of the Nigerian Goat owners I spoke to are content and others wish they had never gotten involved. Some of them feel overwhelmed and others simply lack the right information. I want to share the benefits of goat ownership. At the same time, I want goat owners to have a clear picture of what they are about to embark on. If you own Nigerian Dwarf goats, their daily care is in your hands so it isn't a decision to make lightly. I believe when you have read this book, you will know if it is right for you to have these gorgeous animals as pets. You will know how to keep your goats happy and how to become a happy goat owner. Covered in this Book: Basics of breeding Behaviors and characteristics Brief history of the goats Challenges Coloring Common mistakes to avoid Daily care Difference between Nigerian Dwarf and Pygmy Goats Exercise Feeding and watering Finding a vet Grooming Health risks Height and weight Hoof trimming Horn removal Insurance Interacting with your goats Lifecycle Milking your goats Paperwork Preventative care Pros and cons of ownership Registration Resources Sanitary processing of your milk Seasonal care Selling your goats Shelter Signs of healthy goats Supplies to have on hand Tips for buying goats Training your goats Understanding show requirements and disqualifications Understanding the laws where you reside for goat ownership Understanding the Nigerian Dwarf Goat Zoning ......and more."