I have 3 new goats in quarantine. The have running noses, white and yellow snot, and a definite gurgle when they breath, mostly in the nose but some sound in the chest. These goats are far from my herd. We have strict rules for animals in quarantine. Ok, I gave them all B-complex shots, VitE and 3 rounds of LA200, 36 hours apart. They got better but not over this. To find out if its contagious I put 2 culls in with them. Yes its contagious. The culls picked up the symptoms within one week after being in the pen. One cull had one shot of LA after symptoms appeared. She is good now but with a lingering running nose, clear snot. The other cull had to have 2 shots since that goat got real bad fast. He is better now but still gurgles to much. I am wondering if I should go now, since its been a week since the LA, with PenG or if this may be viral and basic nursing, B complex, extra TLC is a better route. The only time I have seen LA fail for respiratory probs was when I got hit last year with a goat cold virus that ran its course through the herd and after all was fine. This respiratory thing seems rougher than a cold virus. Most of the remaining symptoms are white snot, gurgling sounds through noses and a little in the upper chest. I hate the thought of running a series of PenG if its a virus. I was thinking of waiting longer since no one is getting worse and at times they all seem ok, acts up mostly at night, kinda like people and flu bug season. LOL Any 2 cents?