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I have a doeling that has Cocci. I lost a baby Pygmy to Cocci a month ago so I knew what to watch for. She has diarrhea, but isn't weak like he was. I treated her with 6cc of Baycox last night due to her weight and gave her some electrolytes in her water. This morning I went in to check on her before I went to work and it looked like she had increased diarrhea during the night which I'm guessing is the Cocci passing through? I gave her some Pepto to settle her stomach. She seems to be good this evening with no more recent diarrhea. Should I give her a second dose of Baycox soon?
 

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Great job catching it fast!!

Second dose of baycox should be done in 10 days! Yes the runs can get worse before it gets better..
Pepto can be done 2x a day as needed..once poop begins to thicken, stop pepto
keep her hydrated and no feed until she is pooping berries..
Probios would be helpful

Mightbe good to have a fecal done in a few days to see how her count is and to be sure other worms didnt take advantage of her weak system : )
 

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Yes...I have had to do both at the same time...
 

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Baycox is by far the best out there right now...you order from horseprerace.com it kills all stages of cocci, so its more effective...
 

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Definitely use Baycox! It has worked wonders on my doeling :) it's a lifesaver. Whatever you do stay away from Corid...it did not work for me and I have heard of many goats dying from it after I had already used it. Thank God for these awesome people to help me through it all with their intelligence!
 
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