My observations of her illness are what I see before work (while it's still dark out), after work (when it's dark again), and full time on the weekends. I never leave home because I don't know anyone that would volunteer to take care of my animals... So they are the only vacation I get, and I wouldn't have it any other way:)
**Let me start out with saying that we have no avian veterinarians in our area and my large animal vet that treats my horses only confused me more...
Symptoms: she has been limping on her right leg for several weeks now, no interest in the other 3 geese, no appetite, drinking constantly, watery green poop, she keeps opening her mouth really wide and making a crunching sound when she closes her beak.
Treatment so far: I've been giving her "vitamins & electrolytes with lacto bacillus", "VetRx", and just yesterday I mixed some Wazine 17 and put in one of her water containers thinking maybe it was worm related.
So far the only thing that I can get her to eat is unsweetened almond milk, which she really seemed to enjoy.
I've been reading way too much online and I bought several things on my way home yesterday just to be prepared - I WILL NOT BE GIVING ALL OF THESE TO HER JUST TO BE CLEAR- I just wanted to have them on hand and be prepared for what answers I may receive today.
Duramycin-10 (Tetracycline hydrochloride soluble powder)
Oxytetracycline HCI soluble powder (Broad spectrum antibiotic)
Corid 20% soluble powder Coccidiostat (Amprolium)
Wariness 17 (wormer that I'm already giving her)
Vitamins & electrolytes and the VetRx (that I'm already giving her)
I am about to look in her mouth and pray I don't stress her out too much, and Google what the heck a "vent" is and I'm going to check that too!