My keeper buckling from this year has gotten a bloated look within the past month and a half and I’m not sure what’s going on. He was born in April, weaned at 8.5 week, and was growing well until the start of July when I noticed his abdomen looking wider than usual. He’s been wormed with ivermectin and Safeguard (I was worried about tapeworms). He was on coccidiosis prevention with Dimethox, but still got a bout of diarrhea mid July, which we treated with 5 days of Dimethox and it resolved by the third day. His neck and hindquarters look so scrawny and his belly seems huge. We took him to the vet a week ago because I’m worried about him. He did a fecal and the only thing he found was moderate coccidia so said to do a 10 day course of the Dimethox (currently still treating). He thought he looked bloated so recommended to put out baking soda. His diet is free choice grass hay, browse, 1/4 cup goat pellets, and loose minerals. He’s had a 2 g copper bolus. When you press on his side it feels squishy, but doesn’t immediately rebound. Feels more like memory foam. Sometimes it’s larger than others, but the scrawny front end and hind end are concerning. Has anyone else had a young goat with a weirdly large abdomen that feels like memory foam? Any thoughts on what I should try? Maybe he’s just in an ugly duckling phase. He’s on day 5 of the Dimethox and yesterday I noticed him having dog poo like logs. The other two in with him look normal. He’s the chamiose one.