Six days ago I took in two orphaned Nubian babies found in a field. They had a rough start, but with guidance from TGS they came through and were doing great...til I saw the doeling limp tonight. She is now 8 days old. She doesn’t seem to be tender when I palpate, and no hot areas. I noticed yesterday she seemed to be walking a little off, but tonight, full-on reluctance to bear weight (but she will do it to come toward her bottle). Left front hoof seems a bit curved inward at the “ankle”. They are taking whole cows milk (8-9oz 4x a day) with a pinch of baking soda in the morning. Goat Power probiotic powder daily as well. They got 2ml of vitE/selenium gel orally. They have been living in my guest room in a dog kennel with a heater, as they were so weak/sickly. I’m hoping it will warm up enough to have them get outside some in the afternoons soon (I live in central Texas, so all you northerners can laugh at how I am babying them from 50 degrees... ). I read some other posts about possible rickets, and giving vit D from human gel cap... is this the next step? Any experienced thoughts/guidance VERY appreciated... I’m so new to goats, and I don’t want to let these sweet little goaties down!