He said his lungs sounded clear, but irritated and loud and that he was headed to having pneumonia.....he didn't say there was no infection......Bones had horrible thick yellow snot dripping out his nose this morning.....which would be a sign of infection, right? He did say that it was not pasturella. No more than I know about goats, I just have to try and trust my vets. I had called the breeder yesterday and she said it was just probably the weather and that I could give him a low dose of pen if it made me feel better.....when I spoke with my vet last night he said pen would do no good, not strong enough and not to give it to him when he would probably need to give him something stronger today.......so, it is just a guessing game as to who to trust? I do however value the advice I get here....I read it, take it all in and listen to my vet and go with my gut :thumb: ! I had been doing everything I knew to do here at home with no results. Now I just hope and pray that my new kido (Murphy) doesn't get the snot and cough! Yes, your right Stacey about bringing in new goats and babies! I am done with my little herd....4 boys...that's it!