I have an aggressive RHR that lives an isolated part of my run. They girls can interact through the fencing and share scraps but the RHR cannot attack and chase. She is a little over one year old, this morning I noticed she is sluggish. Head cocked to one side, closing eyes, tail down. Very distant, it took her a few to realize that I had thrown mealworms down for her. I have not wormed before, and over the past week or two I have noticed that the RHR has been 'gasping' a lot. It's been hot here, so I assumed she was panting, but now that she has her head cocked to one side I am wondering. She is not gaping ritually. In fact, I have not seen her do it this morning. However, her head is definitely cocked to the left side, and she shakes it now and then. She does not seem to be off balance, but she isn't moving much either. I treated for cocci about three weeks ago with Sulmet. All of my girl's health improved. Could this be cocci again? Should I go for a second round, maybe with Corid? I have Sulmet and Wazine on hand. I think I will start on the Wazine today, but since she is not continually gaping, could it be something else? Her breathing does not appear to be very labored.