Look I’m just going to be straight up with you all. While a vet is optimal it’s not always possible for some people, so I’m unable to do that. Can I treat him with ammonium chloride?
Information copied from Medicine Cabinet 2020
Urinary stones Prevention/Treatment~~~~~~~
If a goat cannot urinate, this is an emergency, seek a vet ASAP, before his bladder explodes and kills him.
Contains 99.9% ammonium chloride.
Used to prevent and help treat urinary calculi in male goats.
: 1 lb. per 100 lbs. feed, or 1 tsp. per goat daily. Powder.
1 tablespoon Ammonium Chloride to 1 or 2 cups of water, drench goat with the entire contents, daily.
Provide fresh water at all times. Give until urinating full stream.
Ammonium Chloride for UC:
Dosage 1 (one) teaspoon per 75 lb of AC powder added to 20cc of water and drench every 12 hours for 2 (two) days. Then the dosage is reduced to 1/2 teaspoon per 75 lb of AC powder added to 20 cc of water and drench every 12 hours for 3 (three) days. Then the dosage is reduced to 1/4 teaspoon per 75 lb of AC powder added to 20cc of water and drench daily as a preventative.