Hi. I'm a first time chicken mama so please forgive my inexperience. I have 23 hens and 1 rooster. Five days ago when I went out to feed for dinner I found one of my hens (8 month old Rhode Island Red) gasping for air. She was perfectly fine that morning. I took her to the nearest vet and the vet said she had a fever (her temp was 104 and she said normal was 99...Is this correct??) She didn't think she could be saved but gave her 3 doses of Baytril to be given over a 3 day period if she survived. She did survive and is doing much better. She is eating and drinking and acting normally but still has a wheeze. My questions are: How do I treat her from this point since she still has a wheeze? Should I keep her inside longer? I'm concerned about her becoming accustomed to the warm house and not being able to handle the cold when I put her back out. Should I move her from the house to garage or will that make her wheezing worse and will she be colder without other chickens to snuggle with? How long should I keep her separated from the flock? I want to protect the rest of my flock but don't want to keep her apart any longer than necessary. She seems very bored and misses the others. Our rooster Andre has been crowing outside the window of the room she is in and she clucks back at him in such a sad way. Thank you in advance. I've tried to call the vet but she hasn't returned my calls. I've tried asking family members with chickens and they think I'm ridiculous for not just culling her. We have chickens for eggs but they are also pets and we love them all.