Goat Stampede!!!


Beth P. says she can’t stand it. Beth P. Should also know that any animal with the name “pygmy” in it is asking for trubs.



  1. That dog is so confused.

  2. Argyle Donkeypants says:

    I! Can! Run! With! All! Four! Feet! At! Once!

  3. LMAO! 🙂
    This is darn lovely. Was that dog chasing the goaties? Poor thing looked tired. hahaha

  4. Guinea Peeg Lover says:

    Goats: “Rawr! We’re gonna stomple on you!”
    Dog: “Baroo?”
    Goats:”Hey! Get out of the way!OHN&$@ %£

  5. kibblenibble says:

    The upturned tailios! The skidding to a stop upon encountering the dog! The clompity-clomping sounds! Aack! Such joy this brings! 🙂

  6. This made my day! ^_^

  7. Not That Mike The Other Mike says:

    This put me in mind of a grandfather babysitting his RAMbunctious grandKIDS (puns intended).

  8. I love how they turn around at the dog, walk calmly to the corner, then run away again. They’re all like, “Who, me officer? No, I wasn’t speeding…”

  9. Biscuit Tin says:

    This is me, exactly, at age 10, large and panting trying to keep up with my wiry, unnaturally small sproinging cousins.The doggy’s ragged breathing and let-me-just-rest-a-second behavior have brought back a flood of memories. Even though I couldn’t keep up, I still had big fun. Not all of us are meant to be lithe; some of us are built for, um, comfort and the ability to survive famine.

  10. In the world of pooh, those goats are tiggers and that dog is eeyore.

  11. standoffish says:


  12. Is the doggy the nanny’s goat? Like nanny goat?

  13. Repost 😦

  14. John-Dirk says:

    po doggy with the shtiff legsh can’t keep up

  15. Mary (the first) says:

    From the gray on the dog’s muzzlepowsche, I think he’s just a bit older than the kidlets. Looked to me like he was “herding” them to the back of the porch. Then, when they decided to make a break, he was pretty much “whatevs. You want to sproing around and break your legs, go ahead.” Very sweet though and made me LOL when they sproinged back to the camera !

  16. (The Original) Mel says:

    Dog: “Good job with the sproinging, there, kids. I’ll just, uh, watch you from here.” *Flop*

  17. Catherine says:

    My favorite was the exhausted look the dog gives the camera before climbing on to the porch after them…hahaha. I’m afraid he may have a long row to hoe…

  18. victoreia says:

    [obligatory GROAN!]

  19. victoreia says:

    Tell me about it! [heaving a big sigh]

  20. 🙄

  21. They are such happy little kids! Sooo adorable.

  22. The bums on those kids, how prosh! Even the doggie had to go in for a closer look.

  23. lol….so true!!!! 😀

  24. I aint ‘fraid of no goats!


  25. Queen of Dork says:

    *packs bags. moving to place where goatie-poos hippity-hop across porches with dog smiling at the whole thing*

    (I think my flight is at 7:32)

  26. this is all perfectly normal. a common occurrence in the conventional home.

    tee hee.

  27. Okay, that settles it. Goats are officially and utterly AWESOME. Love. As that silly man would say, WINNING!

  28. I want. At least three plus the herding dog.

  29. kibblenibble says:


  30. ScooterB says:

    dear cute overlords:

    puh-lease post this video at least once a week.

    who knew goats were the bringers of such joy?

    your humble savant,


  31. Wuyizidi says:

    Who can keep up with those kids when they got pogo sticks for legs. Seriously, how do they move like that?

  32. 260Oakley says:

    Puns on CO? Un-herd of!

  33. I’m just imagining some poor dude inside the house, trying to catch a Sunday afternoon nap:
    “ahhh, peace and quiet…. snoooozzz… GAHHHH ! What the !!!!! …. stupid kids”… lying back down, just starting to dozzzzzzzzzz…… ACK!!!! Bolt upright once again…
    Nope. No Sunday afternoon snoozes for youses.

  34. The dog is the star of the show. It’s just chilling while they spring their cuteness all over the place 🙂

  35. This video made me sad. Teh poor doggie has sore back legs and had a little fall at the end with the laying down 😦

  36. poor old nannydog. triplets is a lot of work.

  37. Dog : Harumph ! Kids these days !

  38. adorbs!

  39. Goats are pure joy and energy. I love them goats!

    Also, poor ol’ doggie. Just wants his (her) afternoon nap. I know just how he feels.s

  40. bookmonstercats says:

    Not now, they’re not!! 😉

  41. Oh my GOSH! OH MY STINKIN’ GOSH!!! *thud*


  43. I love how you can here them comin’. Aaaahh! XD

  44. Love the baby goat at the end putting his chin up on the board for a little nappie…all that jumping makes them tie-tie!


  46. Three little goats from school are we,
    Filled to the brim with goatish glee,
    Pert as a schoolgoat well can be-ee,
    Three little goats from school!

  47. G&S FTW!

  48. It’s like NO SPROINGING ON THE DECK! I love how when they encounter doggie, they about face and Proceed in an Orderly Fashion. 😀

  49. Grampa Dog is adorable.

  50. me too… makes me side watching him try to get up the stairs. But watch again – his tail is wagging the whole time! Grandpa is still in good spirits! 🙂

  51. The sideways sproinging knocked me over.

  52. High on a porch sat a doggie goatherd
    Ladee yodel ladee yodel lay BAROO?

  53. i thought the same thing. our german shepherd is 14. she herds our pack, but her back end is failing. she looks exactly like this frosty mug doggy.

  54. there’s probably a very cool, geeky way to set an alarm that fires up the video on a schedule!

    hmmm… “the cuteoverload alarm clock… never be late again! with no snooze button, you only get one chance to watch!”

  55. Ghostfaced dog: “You KIDS today!” (ducks)

  56. Big ol’ wag-tail puppy wants to join in the fun.
    Very cute.

  57. I love at 25 seconds how that dog turned a slip into an ‘intentional’ lay down and then looked at the camera.

  58. “Jumpjumpjumpju- OH SHIT DOG!”

  59. Linda H. says:

    I love the single Whoa Nilly!

  60. Sproinging indeed

  61. Kiddie goats and an old dog. Doesn’t get any better than that. I want to go to there!

  62. sproing…..sproing….sproing….
    I had pygmy goats.. all they did was sproing around. didnt see them walk normal….much.

  63. Yep, but still worth it. 🙂

  64. sara-bell says:

    I could watch this all day … err … night!

  65. They can’t help but sproing!

  66. pianomama says:

    Sproing is in the air!

  67. “Sproing is in the air!” <—– hee! most excellente'!

  68. Snacktime says:

    Um, hi. I’m here to apply for the job of watching goatlets sproing to & fro all day? I have experience. And references.

  69. A friend of mine on Facebook shared a similar video of a lamb stampede. A lampede? I told her she needed to share it here. She calls it a “lamb train.” 🙂

  70. If I lived just slightly more out in the country, I would totally keep goats. Except I already have too many ani-pals. Sigh. I grew up with goats and love them. Never had pygmy goaties, though. So stinkin’ cute!

  71. Goats are pure silliness in action!

  72. Fird Birfle says:

    @ The Inestimable Argyle Donkeypants:


    “SHATNER!!!” 🙂

  73. Fird Birfle says:

    ANYthing SPROINGY (with perhaps
    the exception of fleas) is worth my time!!!

  74. Fird Birfle says:

    AND DAISIES (or something along those lines) growing and blossoming along the porch.


  75. This was so super cute – thanks for posting it!

  76. I’ll be in seat 4A.

  77. Reminds my a bit of Michaelle Jean.