Hi everyone! First off, thanks to all of you on this site. Your posts & wisdom have inspired me to raise chicks on my own. I have three chicks: a Rhode Island Red & a Barred Rock which which are 3 weeks and a Buff Orpington which is around 2 weeks. Two days ago I noticed the Buff Orpington was breathing heavily & breathing through her mouth. I also heard clicking noises as she breathed. After reading through this wonderful forum I'm pretty sure it's a respiratory issue and the clicking noise may be phlegm (please correct me if I'm wrong). She is still eating & drinking & her poops are normal. She is active sometimes but pretty sleepy in general. I switched her feed, (the orginal feed store I purchased the chicks from didn't know much & gave me some off brand feed which I don't think is medicated) so she is on medicated starter feed. I'm making sure to regulate the temperature with a heat lamp. I also purchased VetRx, the new feed store told me to drop a few drops on the bedding & one drop behind her wings so I did that today. What else can I do? Does the clicking noise issue sound familar to anyone? I'm a complete 100% bonified New Egg bonehead so I could really use some help. I really don't want to have to cull her as my girlfriend and I have grown attached (a dead baby chick is an awful Valentine's day surprise). The other chicks are robust & growing fine, they also don't peck at or bother the Buff Orpington. To Long, Didn't Read? Here's a shortened version: 2 week old chick mouth breathing & breathing heavily. Still eats & drinks, poops are normal. Help? Please help & thank you all. You're amazing people!