I have had a very bad cold lately. Rodney (JG roo) started sneezing. It started out as occasional sneezes, but last night he had a runny nose. Nobody else is sneezing. On October 23rd we had a serious incident with a dog attack. Rodney appeared to be uninjured but he was extremely stressed. I supposed that may have weakened his immune system. He hasn't been exposed to anybody new, but I have had a severe cold. My birds normally free range, but they have been in the coop since the attack (and believe me - they want out). On Sunday I completely swept out the coop and put down new straw for bedding. That was the day I first noticed the sneezing. I thought maybe it was from the dust stirred up when I cleaned, and I took a wait and see attitude. He still looks good and is eating. Last night he was on the perch and sneezing with a runny nose and was shaking his head. I left a message for my vet this morning, but I know that he will tell me he doesn't know a lot about chickens and will be trying to "wing it." I have some amoxicillan in my fridge that was prescribed for my other rooster that was injured in the dog attack. That bird died before a dose was given, so I have the whole bottle. Also, when I ordered vaccine for my chicks the other day I also ordered Oxymycin (same as teramycin powder - but a different brand). That should be here tomorrow. I am afraid that Rodney has an upper respiratory infection. Would the Amox or Oxymycin powder be helpful? Should I get something else. I haven't seen any runny poo in the coop, and he still looks pretty good, but I would like to be proactive. Rodney is my last roo. The others were killed by the dogs. I would hate to loose him. I think it may have started as a viral, but worry that it caused other infections (like in me). When my vet calls back, what should I tell him that the experts recommend?