We bought a Nubian doe in late August sight unseen from a breeder we had gotten our other goats from. She was kidded in March and was extremely small and unhealthy looking. She has beautiful markings. The breeder called me a week before we picked her up and said she has started losing weight and looking sickly. We took her home and I took her to the vet the very next day. He gave her CDT, Bose, and treated her for coccidiosis. Her coat was rough and wavy. She completed her treatment and her quarantine and has gained lots of weight. Her coat looks better, but she is still so small and short compared to the other goats her age. Will she always be small because of her illness or am I not doing something I should? The first picture is the day we got her. The second picture is 2 months later. The buckling next to her is 2 months younger than her.
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