Hi! Wouldn't everyone want to see a current picture of any goat they were traveling quite a distance to buy. This woman is ready to call the deal off because I would like to see a picture of her Registered Alpine milkers. I want to see in the pic. that their ears are erect, their eyes are bright, their hair is shiny, their pasterns are not foundered, tummies don't look bloated, joints don't look compromised, udders look supple, etc. Once I get there I can check for lumps in the throat, condition of hooves, etc, but am I going against protocol or something? She seems very offended that I insist on seeing pictures. She said that selling them to me has become too much work and because it is 6.1 degrees she doesn't want to "drag the poor things out" just to take a picture. I'm thinking this is a big red flag but am I just being too pushy. I don't think it's that hard to take a pictures and wouldn't good, healthy goats be ok with a few moments in these cold temps, especially Alpines? I know my Saanens are. We walk in these temps and they walk through the snow to nibble on Pine tree branches and couldn't be happier to actually BE OUT! Ummm... am I missing somethin?