About 3 months ago Red my fainting/pygmy wether was acting like he was in distress. I had him in with my young nigerian buck, and no does. Well we noticed that Red was vocalizing alot, did not seem to be peeing ( he dripped, no blood), did not want to get up and move around even to eat. Now when I did make him get up he was wet underneath and the ground was wet where he had been laying, I was thinking maybe he had a blocked uretha. Well we gave him some time to see if he improved or not, seperated him from the nigerian. (no vet as we do not have a local vet that will see goats.)Gave him more hay and less pelleted feed. For the first week I really thought we would lose him, then he started to improve after about 10-12 days. Things went back to normal, put his buddy back in with him for company. Then about 3 weeks later it happened again. We did the same thing all over again, once again he got better. Now I have not put nigerian buck back in with him as we cought the buck mounting him and Red's back is already messed up from being a practice roping dummy for a 10yr old boy who would even sit on him. My question is does this sound like a blocked uretha or could it have been from being mounted by the buck.