Hello all, I am a new goat owner and have run into a serious issue very early on in my goat-raising journey. I have two Boer/Alpine cross doelings that are 1 month + 24 days old. They were a set of triplets but I only bought the two doelings. The smaller sister, Luna, is very healthy and energetic. The larger sister, Maisie, is terribly ill. I have taken her to a vet but we are running low on ideas and so I have come here to see if anyone else has any advice. A few days ago I went out to the goat pen for their morning feeding (weaned at 6 weeks when I bought them so they are eating hay and grass now). Maisie did not come out to greet me, but instead gave a weak bleat. She did not stand up when I went into her hut. Upon lifting her to her feet, she walked weakly out of her hut and over to her hay with her sister. She dropped to her front knees and began eating in that manner, walking about on her front knees but keeping her hind legs up properly. I immediately got an appointment with the vet, but it wasn't until late that evening. By the time I got home from work to take her to her appointment, Maisie was no longer able to stand nor keep her head up. The vet put her on an IV along with Vitamin E and B shots and a Selenium shot. She is now able to sit up and eagerly eats, but she cannot stand up. Her front legs appear to be limp and she is severely underweight. She does attempt to stand on her own but cannot. She has tested negative for parasites and is not anemic nor does she appear to have any kidney problems. We've done a blood test and her AST levels are incredibly high-a whopping 1468! Her TBIL is also high at 0.6. This is clearly a sign of liver damage. We suspect that she over-consumed some dry oak leaves (high tannin levels), possibly coupled with Selenium deficiency. We are currently keeping her hydrated, feeding her grass and giving her some milk replacer as she is very underweight. Does anyone know how to lower her levels? How do I go about supporting a healthy liver? Can I do anything to boost her ability to heal? Or, do you recognize these symptoms as something else? Any advice will be appreciated.