Yesterday this is what I posted but the conditions have changed so much I needed to make a new topic. She's at the vet tonight and they are giving her antibiotics. I believe they are putting her in an oxygen room, or at least she was put in one earlier. She's my 2 month old buff dewlap toulouse and she started having breathing problems about a week ago. She couldn't even stand still this morning, relaxed, without gasping and panting for air. I thought perhaps she might have had gapeworm or something but I wasn't sure. The vet says pnemonia. I haven't wormed my birds this year yet because I could only find a brand that doses for 100 chickens and I don't want to overdose my birds. Esp. since all my geese drink out of a creek and not out of a waterer. But I was thinking of doing Dicatomous Earth because we also have an ant problem in the sheds. Does anyone know, other then antibiotics, what should be done for a goose with pnemonia? Thank you. Sierra 6/24 update No gapeworm. The vet took x-rays and turns out that she has a lumpy heart and lungs filled w/ liquid. Weirder yet, the 2 month gosling has an egg developing inside her. I am thinking that I should give the vet the ok to put her down. A bird specialist is 6 hours away but the bird cant breath outside of the oxygen chamber well because of her heart. Before I give the word to let her go tomorrow, can anyone tell me if it is worth it to let the vets keep working? Here in town, because I'm in FFA, I pay barely anything for vet bills but out of this town there will be no discounts and I'll have to face the full brunt of the vet fees. That is if she can even survive the ride there. She is a large dewlap Toulouse buff goose, and she's extremely rare. I was told that buffs make up less then 10% of the breed, and she is a very fine looking goose so far. I dont know what to do. Even if we take care of the egg, we have to deal with the pnemonia and possibly the heart. Nobody at this vet knows anything about birds, I would have to take her out of town for everything. Is she just a genetic oops? Does this have anything to do with my flock? Help!