Hello, My Barnevelder was diagnosed with IB back in August. We treated her and she seemed to get better and began laying. The only thing that was off about her was the fact that she never lost the bubbles in her eyes that was caused by IB. Today when I went out to check on her she was hunched over making a very weak clucking noise. I picked her up to look at her and it seemed like she was trying to swallow but couldn't. It looked like she either had foam or food at the corners of her beak. I took her into the "sick cage" we have in the garage and gave her water. That's when she did the strangest thing, she was trying to drink but all the water was running out of her mouth. Then when she would swallow I heard a really weird bubbling noise. I watched for for a few minutes and it seemed like she was so thirsty but she wasn't actually getting any water. She showed no interest in the food at all. Then she began shoving her entire face into the water trying to get a drink, but she would end up inhaling the water through her nose. She also keeps opening and closing her beak fast, it looks like she's trying to eat the air. But it doesn't look like gaping. I'm still fairly new to chickens so I have never seem anything like this before. I put electrolytes in her water and I'm not sure if I should start her on injectable Tylan again like I did when she had IB. If anyone has had any experience with something like this please let me know. I'm really worried about her! I'm going to try to post a video of her drinking so everyone can have a better idea of what I'm dealing with. Hopefully it works! Sorry if her water looks dirty. She kept throwing the hay and food into it.