Hello! So I have a boer buckling that is 5 days old today. Since day 2 he has been breathing fast (so much so that his nostrils flare). And to be honest, he may have been breathing fast the whole time and I just missed it at the beginning. His temp has consistently stayed between 102-103, he gets up to drink frequently. And honestly, for the most part, acts very normal. The only things different about him are that, he's not lethargic, but lazy - if that makes any sense at all? He doesn't get up and bounce around like the other buckling his age. He will just get up, go eat for a few sucks, then lay back down, and repeat. Oh and he always sticks his tongue out (and leaves it out for a bit) after nursing, but maybe that doesn't mean anything. Last night was his second dose of 1/2 cc of baytril and yesterday doc had me give him 1/4 cc of banimine to pep him up a bit - which worked! He's been up bouncing around, but still heavy breathing. I read somewhere that sometimes fluid can get in the lungs, but not be enough to cause an infection. Rather, just enough to "take up space" in the lungs, and cause labored breathing until it is reabsorbed by the body.... Has anyone seen this before? What should I be doing to help him get over whatever this is?