There are no goat vets in my area. My horse vet won’t treat them, and our small animal vet only treats our cats and dogs. We have a doe that had a small bout of diarrhea, so we wormed her and also treated for Coccidiosis but she has become increasingly depressed, standing off from the herd, and last night when I went to feed she was down and thrashing. Disoriented. I brought her inside and started throwing everything I had at her as a last ditch to try to save her. I started reading about polio and decided I would just TRY to treat for that. So I gave her 3cc of penicillin last night and this morning we were finally able to locate a farm supply that had injectable fortified vitamin b complex. I really didn’t think she would survive until my husband got back home with it this morning. She had a seizure and had defecated and peed all over herself and was breathing very irregularly. When he got home, I gave her the injectable vitamin B and within an hour after giving it to her, her head is up and she is eating! I cannot believe it. Its truly a miracle. I’ve been reading all morning from different vet universities and I’m going to continue the vitamin B at the recommended dosage for the thiamin she needs every 3-6 hours and continue the penicillin, and pro-biotics. Has anyone ever had an experience with Polio like this? I’m certain it is Polio since she had such a rapid response to the vitamin B. I know we still have a long way to go and I’m not sure if she will survive yet but I am at least hopeful now.