She may need another antibiotic added to the draxxin. Excede, and pen g are ones that we jad to use on mine that had it. If she is not drinking she needs fluids... like iv or sub q fluids. You can do the sub q yourself if the vet will allow it. What is her temp? Try finding her some branches of green forage. She needs some straw in there. I would be calling the vet back. She looks like a sick lil thing.Draxxin was only given once since it is long lasting but b complex metabolase calcium and painkillers are being given daily since. I feed her hay bran a little barley and greens. I added some salt to the feed and I am giving her warm water which she seems to like. But practically no energy
Dod the vet do a lungworm float in the fecal? It could be that with the cough and anemia.View attachment 194887 Hi everyone. I am a new owner of 14 goats which I acquired a couple of months ago. 2 weeks ago I noticed that one doe was losing weight but didn't give it too much thought. A couple of days back her health had deteriorated to the point that she could barely walk. Called the vet and he told me to drench her so I used Oxarex Gold. Still I felt that the problem was not solved so I called another vet who examined her and determined she had pneumonia. Draxxin dodicile b12 calcium and other vitamins were given to her 3 days ago. As I write this message she can barely stand up without help but eats and drinks well. Her poop seems fine but she is not gaining any strength and the cough at times still remains. She is 4 months pregnant. What should I do?