Ok, there is probably a thread somewhere that I haven't found about this, but I am going to start another one. I have a roo that is my pride and joy. He is a gentle giant. I have a slightly low door on his run and he was scooped up properly, but I had to duck due to the door. This ended in my tipping him forward, I wouldn't say upside down but a downward angle. He had just been drinking water. For the last 2 weeks he has been sounding like a coffee percolator when he breathes. It is definitely worse at night, but this doesn't seem to affect his eating, drinking or crowing. Now he is quarantined in my house (yes I did say my house). I have used Vetrx under his wings, on his waddle and crest in hopes this might ease his breathing at night. But there is no change. He crows, because he is lonely, all day long. He eats like a horse and produces plenty of health.....manure. Does anyone know what I can do for my boy?