Corid, sulfa, wazine, valbazen help!

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by Jjdesmo11, Oct 23, 2018.

  1. Jjdesmo11

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    Yes
     
  2. casportpony

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    The most common amount that people put in the drinking water is 1 teaspoon per gallon, but I have seen some veterinary references that say to use two. You have her separated?
     
  3. Jjdesmo11

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    Yes separated. I would rather do in water, syringe feeding hasn’t gotten any easier for me after doing it mutiple times if I put it in the water would it need to be given 3-4 times a day? Like dumping water? Or would it just be put in the water for 5 days. I need easy options since she’s eating and drinking. She’s wearing me out
     
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  4. casportpony

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    You have a quart sized waterer?
     
  5. Jjdesmo11

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    Yes I’m using the little chick one. Would it be 1/4tsp then? Just times 5 days
     
  6. casportpony

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    Of that quart, how much does she drink in a day?
     
  7. Jjdesmo11

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    4A89B8C1-2906-482E-B2DE-36C839FE22DB.jpeg 0F5AD0A7-CCA8-4AFE-8EF1-0E36C4A5B80D.jpeg Probably about 1/3 or half of it. Last time I had her in there with her sister. More poop pics with worms. Smaller but are they still roundworms? Ugh so tired of poop pics on my phone
     
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    I just put two and two together. There are two types of poop. regular poop like this
    and cecal poop, which they only do a few times a day, usually in the morning and at night. So the bloody poop is quite likely cecal poop, which brings us back to coccidiosis.
     
  9. casportpony

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    are they moving or are they dead?
     
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    Here's your poultry diagnostic lab contact info.
    Kord Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory
    TN Dept of Agriculture
    436 Hogan Road
    Nashville, Tennessee 37220-2014
    Phone: 615-837-5125
    If you lose the bird, necropsy results may be skewed after all the meds you've thrown her way.
     

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