Good Afternoon! So my name is Beka, and my grandmother has a herd if Nigerian Dwarf goats at her farm. On the 20th I went down with my boyfriend to let in our horses. One of our mothers who we purposely breed early had triplets that past Saturday. The kids were almost a week. I checked on them and gave mom grain and found that one of the kids was not acting right and would not run when we touched her. Most of our kids are always very skittish and she had been before this. I told gram and she went down the next morning. We brought her to my house and she had labored breathing and wasn't acting right and was skinny. So we called a vet and asked he said to give her 2-3 ccs of penicillin IM. We did so and that made one of her legs lame for a while. She has refused since we took her from mom to take any kind of nipple, we have tried eleven different shapes, including a lumbar one. So since I have been syringe feeding her through a 5cc syringe. We have been milking mom because the other two have shown no interest in the left side of her bag. However, after a while, Peanut, the kid we took away, started showing signs of joint ill. The vet then told us to continue the penicillin for 4-5 days. She was eating good and the one day ate 12-15 full syringes in one sitting. I had been reading that you should let them eat as much as they want as long as it doesn't exceed four ounces. The next day she refused to eat and was grinding her teeth. Since she has not eaten willingly and is grinding her teeth every now and then. She does pick around with green grass and grain and we have just recently tried applesauce and she seems to like that a whole lot. However, will not drink milk without me forcing it. She is still very skinny and is very tired all the time. Last night we did have to give her an enema because she had not pooped in several days. She pees fine but will not poop. I really have no clue what else to do. She will not feed for either of my Grandmas or my Grandpa. She is very much imprinted on me and we are running out of ideas on how to make her better or help her.