A 4-year-old pygmy goat has quite the reputation for being the resident menace on an alpaca farm in Flookburgh, England, as evidenced by footage of the goat rearing up to head-butt a playful 6-month-old puppy on February 7.
Anne Lomas owns Willow Lane Alpaca farm and recorded this video. She told Storyful Gary the goat lives with a herd of alpacas, a llama, and a sheep. She added that "he hates other goats and lives happily with the alpacas.
“Gary steals other animals’ food and butts any of the animals that try to get in his way,” she said. “He has a playful, mischievous character.”
The video shows an excited puppy, named Bear, getting close to Gary, who can be seen putting his head down ready to head-butt. The puppy continues to jump around, and Gary rears up on his hind legs, coming down toward the pup, who swerves out of the way. Credit: Willow Lane Alpacas via Storyful
- Gary, be nice. Just be nice, Gary. Gary, he's a puppy. He just wants to say, hello, Gary.
Why can't you just be nice for one day, Gary? One day. [? Baa. ?] Come on.
Gary, be nice. Just be nice, Gary. Gary, he's a puppy. He just wants to say, hello, Gary.
Why can't you just be nice for one day, Gary? One day. [? Baa. ?] [? Baa. ?] Come on.