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I think my Gosling has parvo... Any help would be wonderful!

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by mxpozder, May 20, 2016.

  1. mxpozder

    mxpozder New Egg

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    Started a few days ago the old lady said the other birds were picking on him... they tore his butt up pretty bad so I brought him in and put him in the hospital overnight to keep from pecking and release outside in the morning then he started limping a little bit so I made sure to keep him overnight again just to be safe day 3 didn't even want to walk and the limp had grown worse this morning by midday he could barely stand I was holding him up to help him drink when he sprayed very white diarrhea all over my boot I have him back in the hospital is down is coming out on his back still very quiet eating greens I have put him on A Emergen-C and electrolyte water with a sniff of baby aspirin water regimen is drinking but not as much as he should he'll eat greens here and there and snorted a little bit of muck but still very listless and tired can't or won't stand shaky and scary quiet its 1:30 in the morning here I don't know what else I can do any ideas would be most wonderful at this point I really don't want her to wake up to...
     
  2. mxpozder

    mxpozder New Egg

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    Update... he's not so shaky this morning but still won't get up or move anywhere he still drinking and eating slightly trying to decide tylan would be a good idea or not still can't stand I'm trying to get him to get up and move but he won't at all I don't want to get bow-legged or anything I don't know what to do
     

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