I have a pregnant doe. She is getting close, but could has anywhere from 2 weeks to a month to go. We had a buck, but he got sick with UC and his plumbing got rearranged. We had sent him off to a friends to breed her does before his illness. They had beautiful babies, but mostly bucklings. They called and asked if we wanted a buckling. Since ours can't breed anymore we said yes. Especially since it is the son of ours. We picked him up today and he is gorgeous, with a great personality, just like his dad. We didn't want to put him with the adult buck, so we put him in the barn. He is in the stall next to the pregnant doe. They can see each other and nuzzle over the wall, but can't get in with each other. My question is this: Will having a young one (1 week old) so close cause her not to deliver hers? Have seen this happen with horses and wondered if the same thing could happen. This is our first freshening and hers as well, just don't want any problems. Its bad enough we don't know exactly when she got pregnant.