In spite of all my best effects, my two young goats got wet during Hurricane Ivan yesterday as it dumped about seven inches of rain here... both goats seem to be o.k. this morning. but are there any specific signs I need to watch for as far as any illness they could be getting???? I went out there in the heighth of the storm and drug an old wooden door into their barn say they would have somewhere dry to lay....it was blowing so that everything, hay bedding and all, was soaked on the ground, even though their little barn stayed pretty snug except the floor of it. I've got to solve that problem before this winter because we always get a lot of rain in the winter and I sure don't want them to get wet and chilled.... I may just have to build them a slightly raised floor out of plywood or something....and I'll likely dig small ditches around their little barn...but I don't think much of anything would have helped yesterday as Hurricane Ivan came through! I was GLAD that their tin roof and the tin roof on the new chicken house all stayed securely screwed in place even though we have some really severe wind gusts!!!! But you more experienced goat people, what should I be looking for as far as any goat illness from getting wet?????