Okay...for those of you who don't know. Squirt and her sister, Big Girl(temporary names), were born late Saturday night. So they are only 3 days old. Sunday and Monday Squirt would not lay down at all, except at night. When Mom went out to feed them this morning....Squirt was breathing funny...real short and fast breaths. She wanted to eat, but acted like she couldn't get enough air. Mom took her to the vets(I stayed home to milk my girls who were full). Mom got back and the vet said that she has some degree of pneumonia and he gave her a shot of pen., benemein(SP?), and some pink stuff that he sent home with us. That would make since why she wouldn't lay down..she couldn't breath! She ate almost all of her milk at 1:00 p.m. :leap: Please pray that she continues to get better. :thumb: Okay, my question. When the girls were born..they're rear pasterns were a bit weak...like some newborns are. We have given them their Bo-Se and CD+T shots. Big Girl has gotten better...but Squirt is worse...I think because she stands all of the time...and she is still standing now. When this all hopefully goes away...will her pasterns straighten up? Her front legs are also slightly bowed out. Like I said...I am pretty sure this is from all of her standing, because her sis isn't like this and neither are her parents.