Wyorp Rock

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BeakerTheBantam

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You gave the Axylin for 5 days?
I don't think I would. I would give her a couple of days to see if that improves. Get some probiotics into her.
Yes she's done 5 days of Axylin.
Okay okay. Her poop is sometimes watery, sometimes white colored. I will just continue giving her probiotics and observe then update you guys about her.
 

BeakerTheBantam

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You gave the Axylin for 5 days?
I don't think I would. I would give her a couple of days to see if that improves. Get some probiotics into her.
Hello! Update on my bantam.
Her poop is still wet. Some looks like this👇👇
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And sometimes no water but I can see it's not a dry poo.
I dont know what could be wrong with her☹😩
 

BeakerTheBantam

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I'm not sure either... can you get her to a vet? Any other symptoms of illness?
She eats and drinks very well, runs and is still pretty noisy. She prefers to stay beside me more often. Sometimes, she would "drool". I don't why, maybe she ate too much or something else??? The drooling doesn't happen everyday. Sometimes, she looks like she throw up because there are bits of seeds on it.
 
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Wyorp Rock

nope
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Sep 20, 2015
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Southern N.C. Mountains
Hello! Update on my bantam.
Her poop is still wet. Some looks like this👇👇
View attachment 2430806
And sometimes no water but I can see it's not a dry poo.
I dont know what could be wrong with her☹😩
She eats and drinks very well, runs and is still pretty noisy. She prefers to stay beside me more often. Sometimes, she would "drool". I don't why, maybe she ate too much or something else??? The drooling doesn't happen everyday. Sometimes, she looks like she throw up because there are bits of seeds on it.
The throwing up is likely a crop issue or blockage as discussed previously. I know that she doesn't do that every day, but I think I would try offering her soaked foods and seeds to see if that makes a difference.
 

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