I picked up a new cockerel on Friday evening. The owner said he had got wet in the rain (lots) the day before and chilled and seemed to have got a cold. We have him in quarantine. He is 7 months old, bantam cochin. He has normal poop. He is sneezing and sounds moist when breathing. He seems to have a good appetite. He is wiping his beak more than I think is usual. He is eating start and grow feed with a little scratch. I gave him some kefir a couple of times each day ( like yoghurt). He is on hay in a cage and I am keeping him in the workshop which is heated (I only have it on about 60 F because I don't want him to be shocked when he gets moved out with the other chickens again.) What do you recommend? Should I give him medication? This is supposed to be THE rooster I have been waiting for for my flock and the breeding I have in mind. I really want to make sure this little fellow makes it. I heard about garlic - how do you give it? I was thinking of adding vitamins and electrolytes to his water. Is there a medication that works well for something like this and if so where do I get it etc. As I said this roo is new and I don't know what he is usually like - but he seems quite chirpy and normal aside from the slightly bubbly breathing and sneezing.