I swear, I can't catch a break. My doe who kidded yesterday morning had a slight clear runny nose going into labor yesterday morning and mild cough, no fever. Took her and baby to the vet after she kidded and he gave them both a shot of Excell (sp?). She hasn't been drinking much today but has eaten well. Late tonight she seemed a little "off" when I went to check on her and baby before turning in myself and she was really coughing up a storm. She didn't want her snacks. I checked her temp and it was 107.1! Double checked to make sure. So I gave her benadryl, ibuprofen, and four human calcium supplements (just in case of milk fever before coming in and reading that didn't fit) before beginning the process of hosing her down to drop that temp. I got it down to 104.5 just awhile ago and am going to check again in a bit. What I noticed a little odd this evening is she has no discharge that I would expect post-kidding. She did pass the entire placenta an hour after kidding (at least it appeared to be whole to me) but little discharge since. Thought that was odd, but she's been a bit abnormal through this anyway. We're obviously taking a trip to the vet in the morning (again) because I'm thinking something possibly retained at this point or maybe pneumonia. I did try to "bounce" her and felt nothing bounce back. I never entered her during delivery or afterwards because she had no problems. I did spray blue coat on her pooch afterwards to keep the gnats off. She's strong and walking very well, just lethargic this evening standing off by herself and wasn't her typical self so I knew something was wrong. She hasn't been drinking much at all, and refused drinking even right after kidding (but ate). I guess we'll find out in a couple hours at the vet when they open, but anybody else had minimal discharge post-delivery? When she urinates, only urine comes out (no blood or discharge at all) and it's not much so I'm sure she's also dehydrated now. Eyelids bright pink (wormed yesterday after kidding), normal stools. Also, should I pull the baby and bottle feed until we know what's going on? I imagine she already has what mama has if it's contagious and not retention. Baby nursed for only a few seconds before stopping this evening, no fever but starting slight runny nose (clear), lots of energy still. Looks like I'm going to have to waste all of that nice colostrum I collected. :sigh: And the last two days have been really wonderful with things going well. Any suggestions appreciated.