Hi everyone. I have two almost 3 week African Gooselings and both were fine last night when I put them up in their brooders. Every day I take them out and put then in the yard in a 4x4 welded wire cage so they can be outside instead of cooped up all day. The brooder is getting too small for both geese and we are in the process of moving them once we have something else ready. When I put both geese in their brooder last night they were fine and this morning when I went to get them out one was stuck between the waterer bowl and the side of the brooder which is a plastic 18 inch wide by 4 ft long bin. Why he was stuck there I am not sure as I would have thought he could have got out from between this but maybe he was strong enough for some reason. Anyway, I picked him up and moved him to the ground in front of the bin and he stumbled and kept stumbling until he got his balance. I always let the geese follow me across the yard to their bigger cages for the day and they waddle right along. This gooseling did come waddling but he would stumble on the way. I thought maybe his leg or legs had went to sleep on him if he was stuck in a position for a while to maybe all night. I have no idea how long he was stuck between the waterer and the side of the bin. I left them out in the yard to walk around and eat grass while watched and he was eating grass but was wobbly all the while. I had to leave so I had them go into their cage, they usually do this themselves, I don't usually have to help them get over the small step into their cage but this time I had to help the one that was stuck. I came home and now I find that same gooseling intermediately gasping, like he is gasping for breath. I got them out of the cage and let them walk around the yard again and the one having problems seems to be more unsteady on his legs...very wobbly and he sits while eating grass instead of standing. I walked across the yard to see if they would follow me and both did but the the one having problems keeps falling and gave up half way and just sit. I had to pick him up and take him back to his cage area. There he just sit and ate grass while gasping intermediately. I put them back into their cage and just checked on the one again and he is still gasping, seems more often now and he is acting like he just wants to sleep. I put a tray of water in front of him (not his normal waterer) and he takes a drink, dunking his head and shakes his head from side to side and then gasps. I am thinking that when the goosling got stuck and was unable to move that it is possible his legs or one leg went to numb and with the blood circulation being cut off it may be affecting his balance even thought the feeling is back in the legs or maybe it isn't completely. But I am also wondering if by not being able to move caused him to develop pneumonia like it does in old people who are immobile?? and this is causing the gasping?? If he is developing pneumonia, what do I do about it or is there nothing I can do about it? What would you do if you had a similar case? Where he was stuck, he would have had access for the night to water, but not food...could that be what is causing him to be so weak and wobbly acting? They both have been fed chick starter (which says it has b12 and niacin supplement) since I got them at Cackle Hatchery at 1 week old. I would appreciate any help or suggestions.