Well, it has happened! I just purchased 3 pygmy nanny's 2 weeks ago, and had them in a pen waiting to build a second fenced in area to let them out into. Me and my brother built it this past Saturday out of electric fence. We put 7 strands approximately 6 inches apart with the top and second wire from the bottom as grounds, all the others "hot". We let them out at about 6 o'clock that evening, and they immediately ran right through the wire. We managed to get them to go back through the wire, but they just about destroyed the bottom three wires. One they were back in, they would go up to the wire, touch it with their nose, get shocked and then take off and run through it again. We stayed up until 3:30 Sunday morning trying to get them back in the shed. We haven't seen them since! I live in a wooded area in the mountains of Virginia, so they can just about run forever. What could I have done differently to get them used to the wire? Should I have taken them out and touched their nose to the wire several times? I don't know if this would have helped or not since they touched it several times on their own. So now instead of having 10 pygmys, we have 7. I would like to know if there is anyone in the Virginia-North Carolina area with any newly weened Pygmy nannies for sale. Maybe they will be easier to keep in the electric fence like the first three we bought. They walked up to the fence, touched it a couple times and haven't touched it since. Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any nannies for sale.