You all have been so helpful in the past! I appreciate everything you've already done for me. I have a couple of questions again. I have a doe who started having diarrhea. On July 2 I noticed her milk production dropped significantly. She was eating and fine otherwise. I attributed it to the heat. On July 3, she started with diarrhea, still eating fine in the morning. I immediately quarantined her, cleaned out and bleached the goat pen, acute dosed my herbal wormer and gave electrolytes. Went off all feed that night, including hay. Did a mastitis test, which came back positive on one side. Morning of July 4, I milked her out, cleaned her up and spent quite a bit of time feeling for heat or hard lumps. Nothing. Her udders look fine. I know diarrhea isn't a mastitis symptom and I know that goats can give a false positive on the test, so I'm not clinging to mastitis as an issue. Yesterday we gave her sub Q fluids as my daughter is a vet tech and had all of the equipment and the fluids. She is eating in the pasture, but not her grain or hay. She is sad and lays around all day. It's very hot here, 99 degrees and 80-100% humidity. I have seen her drinking and peeing. Her udders are not full and she is my best producing goat. I haven't milked her since the morning of the 4th. I know stress can cause diarrhea, but the only stress she may have had is the heat and our neighbors doing fireworks right before the diarrhea came on. Her milk production was down before this, though. It was all very sudden. What else can I do for her? It's been 2 months since I copper bolused my herd. According to you all here, I needed to wait a full 2 months before I did it again. I've been anxiously waiting, as I've been spending the summer dealing with mineral deficiencies in my herd. The above doe has been my healthiest and not a concern. I have noticed everyone's coat is shinier than before, but I still have one with the fish tail, one with foot issues and all with discoloration. I know some of that is selenium, too. We've done Bose and I've done a couple of doses of the selenium paste over the spring/summer. I was going to copper bolus everyone again, but should I do my sick doe? Will it make her worse? Is a shiny coat enough or should I even bolus everyone again? Thanks for any help you can give me!