Hi everyone, One of my goats (18wk alpine) has developed a cough and nasal discharge. It started during the intense smoke we had last week (wildfires in Oregon), but it hasn't gone away and actually seems to be getting worse. He is eating and drinking normally and has no fever. The nasal discharge is mostly clear and sometimes a little white. There's probably a tablespoon or two each day. As for the cough, it sounds terrible, almost like whooping cough sounds in children... like a cough with a hiccup at the end. This afternoon he had a coughing fit and it sounded like he was really struggling to breathe in. He is totally fine in between coughing episodes. I thought it was all a reaction to the smoke but now I'm worried that it has evolved into something else. His pen is fairly dusty but I keep it otherwise clean. He lives with four other goats and none of them have symptoms. I don't think it's pneumonia - lack of fever and not a rapid onset - but I don't want to be naive. What do you think it is and what do you think I should do?