Hi and thank you all for the congrats. He is adapting very nicely and has a really sweet personality. He's learning the farm and enjoying our great weather of late. I agree about the communication. Living on a farm I have the great pleasure of observing quite a bit of animal behaviors and interactions and have especially enjoyed getting to really "know" all of my horses. I am having fun observing the two B's and picking up on their subtle and not so subtle intercommunications. They really are a riot. So far I have been able to keep the mischief down to a minimum with lots of toys and being outisde with exercise so they are tired guys when it comes time to relax. Although they did chew my vacum cord in half but luckily it was not plugged in! Rudy did walk right into the portable electric mesh fencing I use to keep my goats contained….I don't think he will go near it again. Jenga should have told him!
i added Hope's half sister to our family a year and a half later (however Hope was born 2010 and Ebby was born 2011, same father). I loooove having the two of them! (and the mischief they get up to lol). teeheehee. i was always content with just the one but couldnt pass up the cute little bundle especially when Hope loved her too love having two now.