To show my rookiness. I don't know exactly what I'm looking for. From about 4 ft away, since he wouldn't eat me check if I was any closer, I could see in the flashlight that his pizzle looked wet with water droplets. But he hasn't peed while I've been out there. Would crystals look like that in a flashlight?Are there any crystals around his pizzle?
http://www.tennesseemeatgoats.com/articles2/urinarycalculi06.htmlMix the following in 20 cc water and orally drench: One (1) teaspoon Ammonium chloride per 75 lbs bodyweight every 12 hours for 2 days, then 1/2 tsp AC per 75 lbs bodyweight every 12 hours for the next 3 days, then 1/2 tsp once a day for 3 days, then 1/4 tsp daily as a preventative. Dosages are based upon 75 lb liveweights. Ammonium chloride burns the throat, so stomach tube it into the goat.
I just tried that and other than being annoyed with me he didn't cry out. He peed while I was out there too and no more blood.Put your hands under his tummy and "bump" him like you would a doe to check for extra kids. If his bladder is overfilled, he will cry out. Do you have apple cider vinegar? I'd be giving some to him. For my wether I gave it mixed with some stevia to make it less ouchy on the throat (my wether had been rehomed and was returned to us, I wanted to make sure he didn't have stones). Keep watching for pee. I'll be praying.