I have a full sized Goat, I can't remember her exact breed right now but she's about 8 years old. yesterday I gave her her morning dry pellet feed of about two handfulls and she started eating and I started to go inside when she started acting like she was in trouble, she started coughing and running around and had foam coming out of her mouth and nostrils and she kept coughing and slinging foam and struggling to breath. I tried rubbing her throat and sides but she kept choking. after several attempts to get her to cough it up I went inside and I called the vet and immediately loaded her up in the car and rushed her to the vet . Vet met me and gave her a shot of muscle relaxer which immediately helped her breath and the vet kept "milking" her throat and she kept coughing up feed and foam. Vet gave her a big shot of antibiotics but she was still working up foam and feed. so the vet kept her in a stall for 8 hours for observation and to keep giving her muscle relaxer so she could keep coughing it up. went and picked her up that evening and took her home "she is absolutely terrified of cars" and she was not herself she peed and pooped and ate and drank a little "no dry feed at all I'm not temping fate twice in one day" just some leaves. but I can tell she's feeling bad. she ate some leaves overnight and drank and peed and pooped but I am worried about her because she coughs a little sometimes and she acts like she's not having a fun time chewing her cud and she's making her little " i feel bad" sounds and she's not moving around like she always does and just acting like she feels bad. Vet said she was fine when they released her. what can I do? sorry for the wall of text stuff like this really makes me anxious.