I am working with a 27 day old Nigerian Dwarf kid. He is one of four, all healthy at birth. The short version is this: He has been sick for ten days. 4 different antibiotics have been tried at this point, none have managed symptoms for longer than a day (two days TOPS). Symptoms include: high temp (104.7 at highest), very droopy ears lethargy, sleeping/standing away from the herd consistently, intermittent nursing, teeth grinding, stands EXTREMELY still for extended periods of time (think a tiny baby goat statue), no playing or frolicking with siblings. He has not been poopy. The long version: At 18 days old, I began to notice a general droopiness about him. He seemed lethargic, his ears were drooping, I rarely saw him nurse, and he would just stand in place, extremely still for long periods of time (to the point where I repeatedly wondered if he had fallen asleep standing up), while all of his siblings ran and played around him. He did not have a temperature at this time. By 8 pm that evening, he had a temp of 104.2. Started him on Excenel for 5 days. After a couple of days with no temp but continued droopiness and lethargy, his temp started spiking again (103.6-104.4), switched to Nuflor, couple more days of droopiness, spiked again, tried Drax/Dex (intended to be given twice, several days apart). The last med seemed to have better results, with some playfulness returning, and lower temps, but a few days before his next dose, all symptoms returned full force and the temp spiked AGAIN. We gave the second dose a couple of days early, which dropped the temp, but the very next day (today, 10 days after originally seeing symptoms) he spiked a 104.1. He was given a cocktail of Pen-G, B Complex, and Banamine at 10 am. This dropped him to a 103.2 for a few hours, but by 3:30 pm, he was temped at a 104.7. He has been receiving a bottle of his mother's milk, because he seems to not be consistently nursing. and several of the times I have seen him try, his mom has moved away from him (can't explain, she doesn't kick off or move from the others consistently). I am new to goats and anything farm-related, but I fall in love fast, and this little buckling has my heart. But also, to alleviate concern, the people I work with, and those who are administering meds and making those calls are VERY experienced but are officially at a loss as to how to proceed. Any help is appreciated. Edit: As of today 7/10, he is still persistently ill. For the first time, there is a cough present, and his breathing occasionally sounded phlegmy. This seems to be indicative of pneumonia, but I am still confused because it still does not explain the weeks of illness.