My poor little chicken made it through the weekend. . .

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by melindaharlin, Oct 15, 2012.

  1. melindaharlin

    melindaharlin New Egg

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    I had written about a lethargic chicken, and suspected worms or other sorts of things that deplete the chicken. I put a little bit of sulfa around her isolated pen and a tiny bit on her "belly" but her eyes and beak are matted up, so I used a soft, sterile cloth and some antibiotic ointment and cleaned her up well and put the ointment in her eyes. She had a nasty exudate from one eye.
     
    Last edited: Oct 15, 2012
  2. Sally Sunshine

    Sally Sunshine Cattywampus Angel <straightens Halo> Premium Member Project Manager

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    is she feeling better? I broke down and bought Sulmet for their water yesterday, it fights bacteria and is for several types of illnesses and it was only 10 bucks... not sure it would help but here is a paste, but look it up too! good luck

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