I got some wonderful birds in the mail on Thursday from Kathyinmo. They had a rough trip, evidently sitting in water in their box for a while (and escaping into the post office) but arrived in good shape. One of the silkie feathered Ameraucana project birds, 7 weeks old, is very puffy and still today. No obvious symptoms. A bit thin. Maybe a bit of gaping but not consistently. She's not showing interest in food or water. No bloody stool to my knowledge. No respiratory discharge. We had a ton of rain, and despite having a dry dog house, the little one has spent some time on damp ground as well. They have medicated starter, and water with ACV. I isolated her this morning into a dry cage and a heat lamp. I'm afraid to "wait and see" for too long, for fear that she will decline too rapidly. I would suspect Cocci first due to the damp ground, but I can't be certain. What else might develop as a result of shipping stress? I have Tylan 50 injectable, Duramycin 10, sulmet, as well as Wazine and ivermectin. Would there be any point in medicating without pinpointing the problem? Would force feeding yogurt be a smarter choice? I am the last one medicate without cause, but losing this bird is not something I'm interested in. Any miracle cures to perk up droopy birds?