I've got 3 goats, a pygmy and 2 Boer/Nubians. They are normally well behaved, although the little pygmy is the alpha and headbutts the other two when anyone comes around. Treats are a big problems with us. One of the Boers is more people friendly and will practically jump on you to get what is in your hand (I'm only 5' tall, and she is almost as tall as I am when she is on all fours). If I have a bucket of anything, she automatically sticks her entire head in it. She gets very pushy around treats and you have to pretty much put your entire weight on her for her to move. I can control her pretty well by myself, but I have a lot of cousins and second cousins that are very close. The littlest one is 2 and adores the goats. Everything she comes over she goes on a chore tour, and gets to feed everyone. We then go out and give the goats treats. They do the same pushiness, and I get pretty worried about my cousin. What is a good way to correct them? Also, is there any way that we can correct Belle(pygmy) from butting the other two when we are around. When we are not there, they are perfect with each other. Belle just needs to show her dominance over the other two when people come around.