We have 4 8-9 week old doelings this Spring which are strictly dam-raised so most are somewhat shy. However... one of them "Dotty" is very outgoing. She loves attention and will walk right up to you and put up her front leg on your leg or lap so you'll scratch her belly. If you sit down,she will sit ON you. I've noticed now, however, that if you turn your back on her, she will stand on her hind legs and put her front hooves on your back. Obviously, this would not be fun to have her do when she's over 100lbs. Is this considered baby behavior she's likely to grow out of or is it dominance? Either way - how should I treat her in this? I hate to ruin her sweet personality. Right now, I'm just saying "no" and putting her feet off of me. So far, doesn't do much good. She is soooo dang cute, though!