I applied 2 doses of VetRx to her since going to the store, She very rarly has the gargling sound and only sneezes or has that sound when she gets excited or nervous.
Sometimes I have no idea how people stay sane when they have chickens lol.
I accidentally discovered the Amber has bonded really strong to me.
I had to separate the 2 today because as soon as the red got feeling better she started attacking the amber and bit a piece of comb.
So I was giving red her last treatment in the other room, and the amber was trying desperately to get to me after I left the room.
She jumped up at something that was too tall and fell breaking a nail.
So i had to do emergency work on her. Ever since she has been non stop panting but still very much alert and able but not very willing to walk, has good balance still and not lethargic.
We were able to slow the panting with a mix of water and bits of food in it, but she refuses straight water.
When she is more interested in pecking food or pecking at things around her that get her interest she stops panting for a min or so.
If panting too long her cheeks and face get a little lighter. But when she stops, they return color.
And red is sleeping away all calm. Go figure.
Update, as long as the amber is sitting in a luke warm tub just covering her feet she stops the panic.
The one thing I did forget to get that I wasn't even thinking about, wound treatments :-/ I stay awake to get there asap and get the open air off her feet and sealed up well.
Red on the other hand is taking a turn for the worse. How long does anti-biotics take to usually do "something" Not full cure but lessen the load on her.
Because if she tries to sleep, it seems she may suffocate in her sleep. The VetRx was helping till sleep time :-/ i am staying awake to monitor her breathing. If I nudge her awake she does a good sneeze and can breathe fine.
Edited by ParanoidChicken - 12/28/15 at 4:47am