1. tommysgirl1993

    tommysgirl1993 New Egg

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    I have a year old Buff who developed vent gleet with a prolapsed vent that had an egg stuck in it. Got the egg out easily, soaked her in Epsom Salt bath daily with apply Preparation H internally/externally, isolating her, gave her a diet of plain yogurt/w probiotic capsule poured over, Braggs ACV, mixed with feed and fresh water with ACV...7 days worth and she still has tons of white goop coming out the backside. She's very active and continues laying even when I've tried keeping her in a dark area to prevent laying. She's super sweet but I know she's getting sick of being isolated. Anyone have any advice?
     
  2. MrsBrooke

    MrsBrooke Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I tagged you in Casportpony's vent gleet thread. I hope you find some good information there! She had a situation similar to yours. I believe it turned out that worms were complicating matters.

    Go check it out!

    MrsB
     

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