I took my Call duck, Dorie into the vet yesterday and she was in severe respiratory distress. The vet, at that time, was afraid to try to pull blood on her because she didn't want her to go into respiratory failure so she put her on .2 mls of Baytril suspension 2 x a day. OK, so I started to see improvement last night(eating a little, drinking, quacking a bit), but wanted to see an avian vet just the same. Took her in and he listened to her-said her breathing/lungs sounded good(Thank God). Here is what I wanted to share with folks-I had feared mycoplasm and he told me that Baytril WILL NOT touch mycoplasm which means this isn't what she has(again, thank God). He also told me, in the event of mycoplasm-the best course of treatment is terramyacin. Therefore, if you are treating a respiratory illness with Baytril and see quick improvement, it is NOT mycoplasm. I just wanted to share this with you all-hopefully you never need it, but you never know!