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post #31 of 34
Thanks Paneubert! That is great information.

So far, Loretta is not faring well with the clavamox. She is extremely lethargic, vomits whenever I pick her up and she has clear diarrhea. Hoping she will turn the corner soon.

First-time chickeneer. Morel mushroom huntress. Mommy of four chickens: A Black French Copper Marans, an Olive Egger, and two youngsters: a Blue Ameraucana and a Golden Laced Wyandotte.

 

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First-time chickeneer. Morel mushroom huntress. Mommy of four chickens: A Black French Copper Marans, an Olive Egger, and two youngsters: a Blue Ameraucana and a Golden Laced Wyandotte.

 

I write about it all here: Chicken Scratch Fever.

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post #32 of 34
Any updates?
post #33 of 34
Thanks for checking in! Loretta did not improve with the clavamox. In fact she was relatively healthy when she started taking it (she was treated for irregular eggs) and she became quite ill once on the antibiotic. After conferring with the vet today we decided to take her off the clavamox. It's been 14 hours since her last dose and she seems to be perking up.
Edited by HenriettaPlume - 5/16/16 at 7:21pm

First-time chickeneer. Morel mushroom huntress. Mommy of four chickens: A Black French Copper Marans, an Olive Egger, and two youngsters: a Blue Ameraucana and a Golden Laced Wyandotte.

 

I write about it all here: Chicken Scratch Fever.

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First-time chickeneer. Morel mushroom huntress. Mommy of four chickens: A Black French Copper Marans, an Olive Egger, and two youngsters: a Blue Ameraucana and a Golden Laced Wyandotte.

 

I write about it all here: Chicken Scratch Fever.

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post #34 of 34
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Originally Posted by HenriettaPlume View Post

Thanks for checking in! Loretta did not improve with the clavamox. In fact she was relatively healthy when she started taking it (she was treated for irregular eggs) and she became quite ill once on the antibiotic. After conferring with the vet today we decided to take her off the clavamox. It's been 14 hours since her last dose and she seems to be perking up.


Huh, well I guess that goes to show that meds are not always the answer, and sometimes are the issue....

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