Hi All, I have a goat that has been showing neurological symptoms for over 3 weeks now. It started with a slight limp, 23 days ago. We called the vet the next day when she started looking off balance. At that point she was still eating well. The vet treated her for listeriosis and goat polio. Thiamine, 7cc penicillin once a day for 5 days, 4cc Nuflor every other day (3 doses total) banamine 2.5 ml for 5 days. I had to leave for a trip that very day and my husband did the injections while I was gone. He said that she improved, though not completely. When I returned a little over a week ago, she looked about the same to me. I called the vet and the vet said that if it was in fact listeria, she would have died or gotten better by now. She said it was probably a tumor or something. A few days ago she was eating way less than usual, and today she can't stand. She seems to only want to lay or lean in one direction. When I tried to get her to lay on her other side (I thought she might be sore) she freaked out. My heart is broken. I just wish I knew what was wrong. Is it possible that the vet under treated listeria? I read on other sights that theres a protocol for 10cc of penicillin per 100 lbs body weight every 6 hours until 24 hrs after all symptoms are gone. We definitely didn't do that. I have extra penicillin. At this point, I think she may even die today or tomorrow, so maybe it's too late. If anyone has any last ditch suggestions for things I could try, I would really appreciate it. On hand I have: Thiamine (prescription), bcomplex (over counter), respond paste, penicillin, anti-inflammatory (pill form, can't get her to eat so that may be tricky), electrolites, prohibit wormer, safeguard wormer (expired but may work), molly's herbal wormer. She's 8 years old. About 110 lbs. We don't feed hardly any grain. She eats good quality mixed grass hay when not browsing. We live in central Ohio. We only have two goats and 3 sheep and plenty of land, so they aren't densely stocked. All of our animals had a bout with barber pole worms in August. Their eyelids are nice and pink now.