I have the largest selection of unregistered Pygmy and Nigerian Dwarf goats in the U.S.

     Pygmy goats are wonderful! They stay cute, eat weeds, forbs, and grass. The Pygmy goat is used for milk, meat, and as pets. It is the most versatile of the goat breeds. They can also be used for brush clearing.

    The Pygmy goat is hardy, alert and animated, good-natured and gregarious; a docile, responsive animal, a cooperative provider of milk, and an ecologically effective browser.

     The Pygmy goat is an asset in a wide variety of settings, and can adapt to virtually all climates.

 

My husband and I raise  unregistered  Pygmy goats as well as registered & unregistered Nigerian Dwarf goats. We specialize in variety in both size and color.   WE ARE LOCATED IN SEGUIN, TEXAS!  (NOTE:  We are considering retiring and will consider offers to purchase our business.  Since this is primarily an internet based business, the business PLUS the property can be purchased (in Texas), or the business ONLY sold and moved to your location. It would be a cash sale ONLY, so please only contact me if you are serious, as we will NOT  be financing.) 

 The male can either be left as a 'Billy' or be 'fixed' and made a wether which is what we recommend if you are interested in a pet. Goats are social animals and become lonesome by themselves. They need to 'buddy' up with other pygmy goats or some other animal. Please do not buy one if he will be alone.

**NOTE:  A Pygmy goat is generally smaller than a Nigerian Dwarf goat.  Pygmy goats only come in solid colors (white, black, caramel, and agouti) with black accents on legs and face, and down their back.  Nigerian Dwarf goats, on the other hand, can have blue-eyes, and be tri-colored and 'splashy' and can be very colorful.  Pygmy goats will give you 'tiny', while Nigerian Dwarf goats will give you 'colorful'.  I breed for tiny and colorful, hence, why I cross Pygmy with Nigerian Dwarf.  I do have full Pygmy and full Nigerian Dwarf goats as well.

There are several advantages if you purchase goats from me.  While at my place, I will answer any questions you may have on care and raising of your newest members of your family.  Goats seldom need to visit the vet, and most health issues can be handled with medications sold 'over the counter'.  Few medications are labeled 'for goats', hence the difficulty in knowing what products to buy, and how much to give because the information for using it on a goat is not on the label.  Once you purchase goats from me, you are welcome to give me a call about medications or birthing for the life of the goat.  All kids are wormed before they leave my property.  I will also give any kid that I sell a home if your situation changes,  and you need to find your goats a new home.

 
Below the pygmy goats, you will find pictures of my working dogs.  All of my dogs are either CKC or AKC registered.  

 

Puppies!!!!

"Ruger Rose" & "Remington"  are the proud parents of 9  Great Pyrenees AKC registerable puppies born  July 22, 2014.  Pups can be AKC  registered.  LIMITED registration puppies are $800.00.  UNLIMITED registered puppies are $1,000.00.      Pups have their first puppy shot, eating hard dog food, have their registration papers, and several wormings.  These pups are TOOO CUTE!!  These pictures were taken 9/12/14 . I am frequently asked about the 'badger' markings on a Great Pyrenees.  Many, if not most, Great Pyrenees are born with the 'badger' markings.  The markings fade as the pup grows, and by the time they are an adult they frequently have no 'badger' marks at all left.  The 'badger' marks are part of the indentifying characteristics of the breed, along with their double dew claws. 

(Pups #3 is a male.  Pups  #7 & #9 are females)

 

 

 We are located in Seguin, TX.   Seguin is 40 miles due east of San Antonio, TX and 160 miles due west of Houston, TX on IH10. The Hill Country starts just north of us.

    Email Lauva Currier at TexasPygmy@gmail.com. Our telephone number is 830-379-0715. My cell phone is (830) 660-2050. 

Closed Sundays.       Please NOTE:  I do NOT ship animals.

(Note:  If you wish to pay by PayPal, there will be a 3 1/2% transaction fee added.)        


 

Our Breeding Males for 2014-2015

These are my breeding males for the 2014-2015 breeding season.   Far left is "Stud Muffin". Second from the left is "PeptoII". (He is less than 16" tall at the shoulder and is very, very small.)  Third from the left, is "SamsonII", a blue-eyed registered Nigerian Dwarf billy.  "GoogleII" is another registered blue-eyed Nigerian Dwarf billy, on the far right. 

 

 

"Pepto II"

"Pepto II" is less than 16" tall at the shoulder.  He is a very, very, small, stocky pygmy billy. 

                          

 

 

"Google II"

"Google II" is a  small Registered Nigerian Dwarf blue-eyed billy.

 

 

"Samson II"

"Samson II" is a Registered Nigerian Dwarf  .  He has blue eyes or 'glass' eyes. His babies are beautiful!!

 

 

"Stud Muffin"

"Stud Muffin" has very colorful babies.

                   

       


 

 

 I am currently out of goats for sale.  I  will be having newborns  starting sometime in September or October 2014.  I will have newborns then until Christmas. 

 

Bottle Babies!!

 (Currently, I do not have any bottle babies but expect some soon!)

 

Weaned Kids!!

Once kidding starts again this fall, I will have weaned kids available.

 

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 I am asked about 're-homing' of animals.  I will take back any goat that I sell.  If the goat is a female, she will stay with one of my herds.  If the goat is a male, I will try and find a home for him. I will do the same for other people's goats if they are Pygmy or Nigerian Dwarf goats (only).  You do have to bring me the goat. This is 're-homing' not a buy back.

 

Puppy Sales Agreement (click to view)

 

View pictures of "Bucket" here. ("Bucket" is a blue-eyed Nigerian Dwarf doeling that her owner wrote a published article about. To read the story click  Bucket's Story  (Samantha and Ryan, thanks for sending this link!)

 

 Click Here for Photos of Cute Kids & Puppies that have found New Homes!


 My Working Dogs

I am currently raising several AKC and CKC registered Great Pyrenees puppies that I will be using for breeding in 2014. All my dogs are unrelated to each other and are registered.  Below you will see some pictures of some of my newest working dogs at our farm.

"Badger"(left), male & "Ruger Rose" (right), female

My dogs are 'farm' raised.    No 'puppy mill' here!!

"A.K."  - AKC female - 12 months old

 

 

 

"Benelli" CKC(left) & "Ruger Rose"  AKC/CKC(right) - two females

 "Ruger Rose" our AKC & CKC registered Great Pyrenees female.   "Winchester", CKC male.  Winchester is 12 months old in this picture.  His dad is "Badger".  

 

 

(left to right)"Glock", AKC female -7 months;"Winchester", CKC male - 12months; "Magnum" - CKC female - 13 months

"Savage"(AKC/CKC) male & "Uzi" (CKC) female

 

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"Remington" - AKC/CKC male - 12 months old in this picture.SOLD

"Ruger Rose" AKC/CKC female

 

"Remington" - male  AKC/CKC registered

"Uzi" CKC registered female

"Savage" (AKC/CKC) breeding male

 

"Browning"  (CKC)

"A.K."  female (AKC) - 12 months old

Our dogs are happy and free to roam!

 

 

"Magnum" & "Savage" puppies born 4/14/14.

 (Pups can be CKC registered)  All pups from this litter are sold. (Puppy pictures taken 5/17/14)

 
 
       

 

 

"Browning" & "Remington's" pups born 4/3/14!!

(puppy pictures taken 5/9/14.) (This will be the last pictures taken of this litter)  All pups from this litter are sold 

...One of the pups from this litter has already been picked up.  The others will go in the next week or so.....time to meet our new families!!!

 

        

.....we love to play with each other!!!!...... .....all the pups look the same.......all eating really well......
       

 

 

Beretta & Badger's Pups

Benelli and Badger are the parents of 5 pups born 2/14/14.

(All pups from this litter have gone to their new homes.)

 

     

    

 

"Our dogs at work."



                    "Come back and visit with us.  We'll be waiting for you!"

 

 

Thank you troops for your service to our country!! 

Thank you Lord for allowing us to live in the most wonderful nation on earth.  Praise the Lord!

 

 

 

(Flag Day 2010)

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