I just went out to check on the girls (heat advisory here) and I found one of my young (5-6 week) Sebrights gurgling and rasping. Is it possible that it is just because of the heat? Or will I need to cull it/them? I really, really don't want to infect my flock. I kept these chicks isolated for 2-3 weeks and thought they were healthy. They spent last night in a rabbit cage inside the main coop and NOW it is all wheezy. Sounded like my kids when they have horrible bronchitis or something. What are my options? I don't want to infect my birds, but I can't keep them isolated forever. I obviously can't sell them! I don't want to cull but I'm not especially attached to these two - I am to the rest of my flock, though! Some kind old-timer please tell me I'm being hasty and don't have to cull. Someone tell me that it was just panting heavily or something! EDIT TO UPDATE: Brought them in, gave them cool water with ACV and they perked right up in a few hours. I think I caught them just in the nick of time. Conclusion? Heat exhaustion.