Sid presented with just a depressed demeanor the other day. I immediately though silent pneumonia due to the weather and changes in humidity. So I started him on LA200. We've had him for maybe a month and he use to run with two does who he'd already bred. Here he moved in with the bucks and saw all those does and went crazy horny. To put it mildly. He's got all my boys in full rutt now too. Well this went on for a while until he got depressed. I had a doeling also present depressed and started her on LA200 as well. However, she almost immediately got her appetite back and is back to normal, just finishing out her treatment. Sid however, even after being dewormed has gotten steadily worse. At times he'll nibble greens I bring him, or a little pellet. Today though he's definitely down. I didn't think of bladder stones till just this morning so I gave him an oral dose of ammonium chloride though I have seen him pee some. I only noticed as he was finishing up so I don't know if its full stream or dribbling. I have moved him up to separate pen for himself that's fully shaded with no other goats to compete with anything. I brought him a bucket of water and he guzzled it for a minute. I'm really worried I'm going to lose him. When I carried him up here I thought I did lose him with how he just rolled over limp on his side. I straitened him up and he started acting normal some. He did stand on his own, though he's wobbly. I'm at a loss of guessing. If the antibiotic isn't working and the deworming isn't working and its probably too soon to be sure with the ammonium chloride. What else can it be? All my other goats are fine. None of the bucks have any problems and the junior boys are in the breeding pen and they're doing great. ray: I don't think he's going to make it. I need all the prayers we can get for him.