My 9 week old Toulouse gosling has gotten so she is drinking constantly but barely eating. She has been drinking so much that rarely are there solids in her poo - just clear water. Even my 4 month old goose seems worried. She has never been much about staying with the other goose and 3 ducks, but lately likes to swim in the wading tub or lay in the sun more than she used to. I'm used to the other goose who can't keep her bill off of anything and even if laying down will reach about and pick at things. Last time I bought food (a week ago) I got pellets. They have not been popular with anyone, duck, geese, or chickens alike. I'm not sure if it is the brand, the fact that they are pellets, or the type. They smell and look fine but perhaps are a little bit dusy with grain dust. They are Nutrena Naturewise Layer pellets (16%). I was trying to get some more calcium into my laying ducks and thought the layer food would be fine for everyone. The last bag was Nutrena Naturewise All Flock crumbles (18%) and they all ate it fine. They also have scratch, koi food, and dried mealworms mixed together as a treat that I scatter all over the yard for them to hunt for. I've noticed that the geese are not as enthusiastic as the ducks about the mealworms. Should I get a small bag of chick starter for the gosling, or a large bag of flock food of some type? I don't think the feed store has any type of game bird food. I'm worried. I've really grown quite attached to her, as has the older gosling. I'm afraid that if she dies we both will be broken hearted. Please does anyone have an idea of what to get her to eat? And what should I NOT feed that might make it worse?