is there any way to teach goats good behavior? my two (they are large) have pulled the siding off the house right down to the tar paper (which they also ate), slid open the window, jumped in the house and ate the houseplants and curtains (and left "presents"), jumped up and down on the toyota (and left presents), chewed the antenna off 2 cars, turned over the garbage cans, pulled clothes off the clothesline (and ate them judiciously), ate all the strawberry plants, pull on my hair as i am trying to garden. . . (i could go on ad infinitum). the only thing they're NOT eating is blackberry bushes!! they have a very nice barn and fenced-in area but i can't bear to hear them crying to get out so they can (see above). also, they hate being tied up (and i can't bear to hear them complain). maybe i'm crazy?? they love to be around me and my 9 (!) huge dogs (anatolians, rottweiler, great dane, retriever) and i love them dearly but they are such a pain in the grits!!! any advice? how do you teach a goat "NO" (i don't want to eat them).