:anyone: I have a 5 week old nigerian dwarf buckling bottle baby. Had him for about 2 weeks now. His poo was normal pellets for the first few days, then he developed scours. It wasn't bad at first, kind of like dog poo for a few days, and I figured it was just because of the milk not being his mom's like his system was used to. Then it gradually got worse, now it is straight liquid, nearly no chunks. He is eating a kid formula from fleet farm (3 oz powder to 2 cups water, they didn't have does match or manna pro, which I have heard is best. We had him on whole cow's milk with a little bit of yogurt mixed in for the first week and a half, but he developed scours, so we switched to kid-specific formula) ~4-6 oz 4 times a day (he usually doesn't eat more than 2 oz on the last feeding as its only 2-3 hours after the previous one right when we get home from work) and hay (he LOVES his hay). We think it may be coccidia, so last night we gave 1ml of 9.6% oral solution corrid (couldn't find dimethox, albon or sulmet) in his mouth (along with 40 ml sq fluids and 1ml iron sq). He is still walking around, maybe a little more lethargic than before, but eating decent-ish. I mixed up some resorb and fed that to him 2 hours ago to help with dehydration. I plan on getting a fecal for testing, but I don't want to loose him while we wait for results. We have 2 other dwarf mixes that developed slightly loose stool 2 days ago (new guy was staying in a dog kennel in the big goat pen for protection until he is older, the big kids just headbutt him constantly), so now we are keeping the little guy in the house for warmth and a quiet place to rest. Should we treat them with corrid too? Or wait and see how the little guy responds and go from there? Anything more we can do to help the little guy? I don't want to loose him! He is my first bottle baby. Thank you!