Kevin's Story DOB: 1/12/19 Breed: Boer Buck I bought Kevin Sunday Nov 22, he had a cold trailer ride home, about 11 hours worth, with the temps ranging between 11-34 degrees. He had a bunch of hay to bed down in. Upon arrival Monday late morning I noticed he had slight clear nasal discharge and sounded congested in his nose, otherwise he looked and acted normally. Tuesday morning his eyes were runny with clear discharge, minimal amount, and he coughed twice, in the PM his temp was 100.4 and I gave him 12 cc of Molly's Herbal Immune. More of the same on Wed and Thurs. Temp has ranged from 100.4 to 101.4 and sometimes there is a little eye drainage. The nasal congestion has been consistent and seems to get better with VetRX. He will occasionally cough, it takes me 1/2 - 1 hour to feed and I will hear him cough 1-3 times and it is usually just 1 cough, the most has been 3 coughs. It is not a productive cough. I have been giving Molly's Herbal 2x day at 12 cc and VetRx at that time. I took him to the vet on Friday and his temp was 102.8 and all the vet could find was that he had a slight rattle in his right lung, but he had to really listen for awhile to hear it. He was not concerned and said that it is probably just from going to a new place and the long, cold trailer ride. Throughout the whole ordeal he has been eating amazingly well, tail always up and will come at a trot to see me. He is pleasant to deal with and has put up with me and hovering over him very well. I have bought a new thermometer today as I am questioning the accuracy of my other 2 with reading his temp so low. So for my question. How much do I need to worry? Should I just wait for other symptoms like the vet said, or is there something more that I can give him to help him along? I am willing to try anything to help him, but am I better to just settle down and keep doing what I am or find every suggestion that I can for over the counter meds and start adding until I see a change?