At the Sunflower Farm Creamery in Cumberland, a goat named Don Pedro insisted on becoming a dog. He was the first goat that they ever got thirteen years ago.
Don Pedro is neutered, and breeding time has arrived on the farm. Since he had nothing to do, he wanted to hang out with his dog friends inside the house.
It was a beautiful day outside, and Don Pedro politely asked to be let into the home where the dogs were staying. He was very vocal and even used the puppy dog expression he learned from his canine friends.
That didn’t seem to be working for Don Pedro, so he approached the glass door, and on the other side were two of his furry friends.
The two dogs were looking at Don Pedro, and they were also asking for him to be let in. They were howling and barking, obviously talking to Don Pedro about the situation.
Meanwhile, Don Pedro started bumping his head against the door. He is frustrated and wants to relax with the dogs, but the farm owners do not budge.
They don’t let him inside the house, no matter how cute or insistent Don Pedro is. The dogs don’t leave the door, and neither does Don Pedro.