Hello, I have a doe who does not have any teat abnormalities however she has produced two kids with extra teats. Her 1st freshening one kid had an extra teatÖthe kid was sold to a pet home. I was hoping it was a fluke but her 2nd freshening (bred to a different buck) one of the kids has double teats. I will be retiring this doe and pulling her papers and the kid with the double teats will go to a pet home only. I was originally planning to retain the buckling, who does not have any teat issues but now that I see his sibling has double teats and I know its genetic, Iím thinking its best to castrate him as I donít want to create any more teat issues?