Hi guys, I THINK I am over reacting but .......... FYI, they were both checked for cocci and a worm load. Very light worm load on Hoover, vet siad not enough to worm for this young. Cocci was fine also. Both given a thumbs up by the vet last week. Hoover (nubian male) is almost 3 weeks. Been eating great. We have been easing up the milk, will do good for a day and add another ounce. Got up to 9 ounces today, with no problems. He ate the 2 pm feeding and did well. He is still running, not acting bad per say, just a little "off". Honestly, he is being quieter (still chatty though) and less mischevious, so I watched him pretty close this afternoon. The other goat, spider, ate at the same time he did. Spider is thinning down looking like its closer to feeding time, as normal. Hoover's belly is still round, but not big round and JUST on the left side. If I pat Spiders belly I get the thud sound like I am hitting something solid. If I pat Hoovers belly, the right side sounds like I am hitting something solid, but on the left it does sound gassy when I pat it. If I hold Hoover up to my ear, I can hear gastric noises. Spider pooped pretty little goat poops, but Hoover's is formed but wetter looking than it has been and it was not very much. So should I a. give pepto b give baking soda c take a deep breath and chill out d all of the above? And the 8 pm feeding? Hold it regardless or just if his belly is still gassy? give it to him if his belly is normal? Replace it with pedialyte?