I have a jubilee Orpington hen, little Blossum. She got some sort of respiratory problem last spring. I took her to the vet and $150 later I took her home with some injectable medication. She improved but got some of the symptoms again in the fall. It is almost like she has seasonal allergies. I got some injectable 10% Baytril and gave it to her (and trying to give a chicken a shot is unbelievable. She was like Houdini. We have had quite a bit of warm weather in the last month and she started coughing and mouth breathing. So worrisome. I went to an avian website and saw where I could buy Baytril 10% to put in her water. So I did. On the 5th day of the medicine I happened to realize I had been mixing it wrong. I had been giving exactly half of the dose. So I gave one day of the full dose then just stopped because I thought it would be harmful to give her another 10 day run. I then started probiotics. She hasn't acted sick at all. Her appetite is good, but she still has some coughing and mouth breathing. Does anyone have an opinion on whether I should start another 10 day run of Baytril at the correct dose? I cannot afford another vet bill like that and by myself it is practically impossible to give her an injection. Before when I tried to give her the med she wriggled squirmed and shrieked and one shot wound up in her wing, another in her leg.