I just took a duck to the vet a few days ago for respiratory issues and they prescribed Baytril pills 22mg 1/2 a pill two times a day to be basically pushed in her bill. I only got one pill in over the course of a day and she died. Now another duck who was always with the duck that passed is having symptoms that lead me to think it is pasturella and not a respiratory infection. She is a two year old Saxony, and is larger than the other duck was. I still have 9 22 mg pills left and was wondering if I should give them to her and what the dosage should be. This is my last bird, she is so stressed from losing all of her flock mates to either predators, illness or us having to move that she hasn't been laying in awhile so I am not worried about egg contamination, I just really want to help her. She has green watery droppings but no raspy breathing or nasal discharge like the other duck had. She was quacking a weird quack yesterday when she was swimming and had her beak open a bit then but then she stopped. She seems like she is a bit shivery so I have her in a warm place, I am treating her feet with Vetericin and saline as she had what looked like the potential start of bumble foot. I just can't afford to go back to the vet again till payday but I am not sure I I should give her the Baytril.