Though Judy and Cody never thought they would own a goat, they couldn’t resist adopting Ducky, a little baby goat, when they found her. Because Ducky was too little and required particular attention, the couple chose to adopt her. They had no idea that Ducky would develop into a bold, feisty goat who exaggerates her size.
In her new house, Ducky has developed quite the personality. She likes to run about in her adorable little diaper and get into mischief wherever she goes. She believes she is in control and has acquired a “Napoleon complex.” She even makes an attempt to head-butt her bigger dog siblings. Ducky, who weighs just 85 pounds, has no fear of anything, not even the family dog.
Ducky can leap out of her enclosure and do laps on top of her stall, which is one of her most amazing tricks. She’s so adept at jumping through doors that people call her “crazy Ducky.” Her human family has had countless hours of amusement and delight from her antics. particularly after Judy caught Ducky attempting to access her father’s phone while he was sleeping.
Ducky enjoys paddling a paddle board with Judy and Cody the most. The little goat usually goes out two or three times a week, and she likes to go out on the water with her owners. Ducky observed her people using the paddle board, so she jumped on it without hesitation to join in on the fun. Because they all like the same hobbies, this adventurous goat and her family have forged a close relationship.
Ducky may have fun and be a goat, but she can also enjoy the benefits of being a part of a loving family, since Judy and Cody are dedicated to providing her the best life possible. Because of her distinct personality and bravery, Ducky has become a cherished member of her family, demonstrating that often the most joyful additions to our lives are the ones we least anticipate.