Hey, my family and I just got an 8 month old purebred female french alpine goat Friday, named Dolly. We got Dolly from a special place where she was part of a petting barn for children. She was given the best of care and groomed daily. She always had a source of fresh, clean water and the best food. We transported her about 40 miles to our house in the back of our truck in a large dog cage with a tarp over it. When she got here, after a day of isolation, she was put in our 2 acre fenced in pasture with our female one year old boer mix Cindy. We live in the Appalachian mountain range and both goats have a creek with clean drinking water and access to sweet feed and hay. The first day, we thought she had gotten choked, but then she was fine. Dolly's drinking water, but she continues to cough. When she coughs, it sounds like she's choking. Maybe it's stress from moving? She's getting plenty of love and attention from me and my younger brothers and sisters. She's also wormed once a month and has her hooves trimmed. She previously lived in a sanitary, disease free environment. Please let me know if anybody has a solution. Thanks!