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post #11 of 15
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She's back on an upswing again today.  Much stronger, can stand to eat on her own now without support from me, and can scratch around in her bedding. 

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post #12 of 15
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hopefully the last chapter...she's been out with the flock for a week. Still weak and shaky, but she did start to put on weight. After I posted the last time, we did deworm her again, per the vet's advice, and I used Valbazen for the last time. It did seem to put her over the top, that's when she started putting on weight finally, and begging to go out, so I relented. . She is eating well and I'm hoping the weakness and shakiness goes away and she did not suffer any permanent damage. She does seem to be continuing to make a very slow recovery. Capillary worms are horrible. sad.png
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post #13 of 15
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She's been out for two weeks, had a great improvement and mostly back to normal for a week to ten days, now she's declining again. It's been just about two weeks since she was last dewormed. Should i deworm her again??? It would be the third time in six weeks....
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Originally Posted by chicknmania View Post

She's been out for two weeks, had a great improvement and mostly back to normal for a week to ten days, now she's declining again. It's been just about two weeks since she was last dewormed. Should i deworm her again??? It would be the third time in six weeks....

What did you worm her with?

 

-Kathy

post #15 of 15
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 Panacur suspension the first time for six days, then Valbazen ten days later.  I dewormed her with Valbazen again today.


Edited by chicknmania - 12/4/15 at 6:43pm
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