Misbehaving Goats That Were Forced To Wear Pool Noodles & Tennis Balls For Everyone’s Safety

Did you know that naughty goats get pool noodles on their horns so they don’t hurt the others? And it’s not just pool noodles! Tennis balls too! Is this the cutest thing you’ve ever seen or what?

Goat wearing pool noodles on horns for safety.

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Goat wearing pool noodles on horns for safety.

Goat wearing pool noodles on horns for safety.

Goat wearing pool noodles on horns for safety.

Goat wearing tennis balls on horns for safety.

Goat wearing tennis balls on horns for safety.

Goat wearing pool noodles on horns for safety.

Goat wearing tennis balls on horns for safety.

Goat wearing tennis balls on horns for safety.

Goat wearing tennis balls on horns for safety.

Goat wearing pool noodles on horns for safety.

Goat wearing tennis balls on horns for safety.

Goat wearing tennis balls on horns for safety.

Goat wearing pool noodles on horns for safety.

Goat wearing tennis balls on horns for safety.

Goat wearing tennis balls on horns for safety.

Goat wearing tennis balls on horns for safety.

Goat wearing pool noodles on horns for safety.

Goat wearing pool noodles on horns for safety.

Goat wearing tennis balls on horns for safety.

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  1. Goat Whisperer May 31, 2019

    This will be very useful, thanks.

  2. Cole Robillard June 5, 2019

    To be honest I think that is stupid your putting shit on the goats horns because they are bad no it’s called training stop being a sack of lard and fix your goats people don’t do this how would u like it if I put a bag on your head or maybe tennis balls on your ears how would u like it people u are all stupid if u do this to your animals

  3. Anonymous June 8, 2019

    Use some punctuation.

  4. A figment of your imagination June 20, 2019

    Anonymous, I AGREE.

  5. James June 23, 2019

    Cole – You’ve never had goats, I take it? You say to train them as if that’s something that can be done. If a goat is a jerk, he’s a jerk. If a goat is nice, she’s female. Also, they can’t feel with their horns. Putting pool noodles or tennis balls on their horns doesn’t bother them at all. All it does is make them less painful to be around.

  6. Anonymous June 29, 2019

    “FIx your goats.”

    Time to go outside.

  7. Anonymous June 30, 2019

    Cole, you should have stopped before you said “I think.”

  8. Anonymous July 16, 2019

    Want your kid to be an arrogant know it all that talks out of his ass? Name him Cole.

  9. Anonymous July 28, 2019

    Cole has clearly never been around goats.

  10. Anonymous July 28, 2019

    “train your goats”

    What a larf.

  11. Anonymous July 28, 2019

    I ain’t afraid of no goats 😉🤣😉

  12. Colebane July 28, 2019

    Cole very a stupid dopey dope

  13. Anonymous July 28, 2019

    What will they think of next??

  14. Mr. Tumnus July 28, 2019

    It is helpful to have one’s horn tips covered. I must say I havne’t really felt much like goring goats since I was fixed. Give me some poison ivy to eat and I’m content.

  15. Anonymous July 29, 2019

    Well said Mr. Tumnus.

  16. Mike July 30, 2019

    Have you ever tried to train a goat from butting? It’s a natural thing for them. Now stopping them will make a very neurotic goat who will become very confused and angry.

  17. Teresa August 15, 2019

    Thanks – I love the ideas here – for a wether sheep I have here. Thank you. And to Cole (can’t help myself), sure, I train my sheep. They come when called, the male knows to run to a certain spot to be fed where he is allowed to spin like a dog (as opposed to leaping in circles or lowering his head at me or ramming the others). He has been clicker trained to touch my hand…..but there are inherent and dangerous behaviours in some male ruminants and a poodle noodle seems a great approach to risk reduction. ;-)))

  18. Teresa August 15, 2019

    Whoops – I meant POOL noodle, not poodle noodle. Yikes.

  19. Sue August 26, 2019

    Poodle Noodle🤣. Thanks for the image and laugh Teresa!

  20. Jim Zucker August 27, 2019

    still better than most fashion industry produced in the last decade

  21. Vert August 28, 2019

    I love this. I love goats.

  22. Goaded to Ask August 28, 2019

    I get the feeling that they like to be adorned in this way. Does anyone with goats know if that’s so?

  23. Kahurangi September 12, 2019

    Goaded to Ask actually, for many goats and horned sheep, having a little added weight and ‘heft’ to their horns could be quite an enjoyable experience. My wether sheep enjoys using his horns to hiff things about :-)
    I’ll be doing something along these lines with my 2 Damara rams when they’re bigger (they’re currently a couple of months old, and being hand raised, which can be very dangerous when they are older, but needs must…). Yes, they’re being carefully trained, but I’m not going to risk getting hurt when their natural behaviours and lack of fear take over.

  24. Gail November 5, 2019

    Where do I sign up for goat obedience class?? My boy is a good boy, but I think it would be super cool to teach him to fetch. Lol!!

  25. Anonymous December 2, 2019

    NOW, NOW PEOPLE … DON’T LET COLE GET YOUR GOAT …

  26. Virginia December 3, 2019

    Putting these things on the goats horns won’t stop them butting but will just stop them causing damage to you and other goats. Seems an eminently sound thing to do. Please don’t say nasty things to Cole, he can’t help being a complete plonker, poor boy.

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