I had a 6 year old bantam rooster that was not doing very well (very lethargic and not able to stand). I took him to the vet and they diagnosed him with bumblefoot, dehydration, and they suspected an infection in his gut (he was not doing well). They gave me some antibiotics and high caloric food to give him in addition to wrapping up his feet. The next day he was doing ok and was still feeling crummy. I gave him the food and antibiotics as instructed and also gave him a small amount of Pedialyte with a syringe orally to help with the dehydration. When I arrived home from work, he could not lift his head off the ground and looked very sick. I rushed him to the vet and they could hear liquid in his lungs. They put him on oxygen overnight and tried to remove some of the liquid from his lungs with a nebulizer in the morning, but he had a seizure and passed away. I am very sad and feel that I may have contributed to his demise by trying to give him some water. Has anyone else had this problem when trying to assist in giving water?