She's an Ameraucana/EE. She's been sneezing for 5 days prior; was in with 17 other chicks, and I moved them outdoors to my ban pen Saturday. All the rest stopped sneezing except this chick. No runny eyes or nostrils, they are on pine shavings. Feed is medicated, and they've all been on Avia Charge 2000 in their water since hatch. She's very lethargic, but while in with the others, they'd bump into her and she'd wake up, and had a very good appetite and drank well, up until early this a.m. I was hoping she'd get better, as I really HATE to give antibiotics unless absolutely necessary. Late last evening, I did notice her stretching her neck upwards and opening her mouth a few times. This a.m., I decided it was time, and brought her back inside to a clean nursery pen. Gave Terramycin in her water; dipped her beak, and she drank a tiny bit. But now she's weak; eyes half shut, just sort of lying there, breathing hard. I'm not sure she'll make it through the day. I can't be home with her, as I work full time, but will do what I can for her just as soon as I get home, if there's anything I can do. I should also note that we had one in this hatch, and there's a 50% chance that it's her, that had a tough time getting up & going after hatch. She was sort of puffy in the abdomen, and took much longer than the others to get up & begin walking. That one had always been a bit slower than the rest, but had a voracious appetite and grew well - in fact, she's the biggest of them all. I had her leg and the other of the same parents banded, and one lost their leg band, so that's why I'm not 100% certain that it's her. Just before I left for work this a.m., she pooped and it had some pink in it - I took EXTREME close-ups from 2 angles (poo was maybe the size of a pencil eraser) - here it is, followed by a video. Please tell me if there's anything else I can do for her, or if it's time to help her across the rainbow bridge. Thanks, all!