Way too much drama around here lately. Friday we brought home a mama goat and her doeling (about 3 months old). Mama is weaning her off and not letting her nurse much at all anymore. But Friday it was raining hard about an hour after we got home and my cantankerous prego doe, Karma, would not let the new mama and baby into the shelter. So...bright me, I put them in the chicken coop. It was either that, in with the bucks, or out in the rain. I did pick up all of the chicken's feed BUT my helpful children decided once the rain stopped that the chickens were hungry and fed them. :hair: Doeling spied eating chicken feed, medicated. Lovely. We went through that with our other three kids when we brought them home, so expected diarrhea the next day and we got it. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and still today. I began treating with Pepto 15 cc 2x/day on Sunday and no grain since Saturday. I wanted to give her 24 hours to clear up on her own before trying medicine. Probably not a wise choice. Each time I feed the rest of the herd I keep doeling off by herself away from the grain and clean her bottom with sudsy anti-bacterial soap so I can see if there's any fresh the next time. She still has diarrhea, but it's not a lot at any one time and she's showing no obvious signs of dehydration. What's concerning me is that her eyelids are white. Not light pink, white. The breeder wormed her and mama with Cydectin Friday before we brought them home and no, I didn't check before we left to see the condition of their eyelids. :doh: So, not sure if this is new from her diarrhea episode we've been dealing with or she was really wormy before. It's also been pouring buckets here so I haven't been able to check for sucking lice and Sevin dust them (same breeder who sold us our buckling who had lice, but they were at a different farm). I've made sure she's drinking plenty of water and have given her nutri-drench for the last three days. When this rain stops I'm going to go check mama's eyelids, too. Also, I don't think either of them were used to getting grain daily and we are feeding ours all 18% meat goat feed right now. They are not on hay because the pature is nice and green with plenty to eat. She was on a green pature before coming here as well. Anything besides the pepto I can give to stop diarrhea sooner, or is it not really worrisome yet, and how concerned should I be about her eyelids considering she was just wormed Friday? Thanks, guys, and I sure hope it settles down here soon. (Oh, and both mama and baby are now happily content with the other goaties in the shelter since they settled down).