It's been a while since I have posted because I just read through the forums until I find the answer. It never fails to produce. This place is great! Until now. I can't seem to find an answer to my problem. Let me explain. First of all a goat vet is not an option. There are NONE. The last one I took a goat to gave him to much anesthesia and he didn't take another breath. You guys ARE my vet. I have a purebred doe who had quads (yes, quads) on 6/7/08. Luckily we have a nubian who raised the 2 males and momma raised the 2 girls. Everything went fine, no problems. They have been weaned and shown, etc. Anyway, the doe has yet to gain her "form" back. She gets wormed with everyone else, and yes I have tried different wormers on her. She eats well (very well). She might be a tad anemic. But I have put a half bottle of Red Cell down her. Lots of Probios for her rumen as well as Nutri Drench (lots of that too). Her gut is all sunk in like a dairy cow (for lack of a better term). Her backbone is all you see on top- no meat. Her ribs are visible. She seems happy and acts like she feels fine. But something is just not right. I noticed today she has a touch of diarrhea. I'm gonna give her some Kao and watch the diarrhea. Anybody got any ideas. I normally worm with Levamisole, but she has gotten some horse wormer too (I'll have to check on the name). We bought her bred so I don't know how she normally keeps, but it can't be this bad. Oh yeah, she has been dusted for lice too - several times. I know this is long, but I want to give you all the information I can. Oh, I almost forgot, she had a round of LA-200 at one point too. Just in case, but it didn't help. They all get fed 1.5 lbs. of 16% pellet plus hay that she loves. Free choice minerals and soda. No one else looks like this. Not even close. The only other thing I know to try is to separate her and just leave the feed out free choice and hope that works, but I dont want to just band-aid it. I had rather know what is going on so I can fix it or run the other way. No lumps (CL). She has always been a heavy breather, but I think it is because her nostrils are kinda flat compared to others. She usually gets a pretty crusty nose that I'm sure doesn't help. I just have to keep it wiped clean. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Brad P.S. Our paint had her first kid. A little girl that looks JUST like her.