She can't breathe!?
Edited by Eggcessive - 5/22/16 at 5:47pm
Definitely keep her separated from the flock just in case better safe then sorry. If you really concerned and have a local vet that can see birds you can take her in if you want. My vet sees chickens and other fowl sO I'm lucky and it's cheaper than a dog or cat lol
My girl started wheezing last Wed.
I put her on a Nebulizer with baytril water from the vet.
gave her enroflaoxin 1ml. twice a day.
She is outside now with her mates. I do take her in
for her treatments and medicine and keep her in at
nite for the time being. The XRay she had showed pneumonia
in both lungs.
It is a miracle.