So, I think I figured out why I was thinking vent gleet with my messy tail girl. Her vent feathers were damp when I put her to bed tonight and did seem to have a bit of an off smell to them (that's happened before also). Her vent looked normal as best I can determine last time I gave her a bath, and I didn't see any white discharge. I'm hoping that rules out vent gleet? Could that be caused by drinking a lot of water (we also gave them watermelon today? If not, what would be the best way to sort things out? Unfortunately, we are heading into a hot week, so I think they will be drinking lots of water. I also bought a watermelon for them and for us. - A bath with baby shampoo or epsom salts this time? - Probiotics? - Go ahead with getting a fecal sample run by a poultry vet this weekend? - Make an appointment to have her seen by a regular vet (and keep it this time)? I don't want to overreact, but I also don't want to miss something that's truly abnormal.