Hi All, Different sort of situation here......I have a 4 year old female Golden Pheasant who has always been inside the house due to her physcial handicaps. She is very tame and a favored pet (PS She (Peepers) won the Special Needs/Handicapped Poultry Contest a couple years ago.) Anyway, she is indoors 100% and does not have any contact with any of the outdoor chickens. I am currently having a coccidia outbreak with the outdoor chickens and am treating with Corid 9.6% solution, took a fecal to the vet and he confirmed coccidia. Do I need to worry about my indoor pheasant at all? The only way she could have been exposed would be if I tracked anything in on my shoes and I am usually very careful about that, but have on occasion worn the same tennis shoes or boots into my house on the linoleum. Should I treat her preventatively with the Corid or just watch her to make sure she doesn't seem ill? Can pheasants even have the Corid for coccidia or do they require something different for safety? I am very protective of her as you can tell Thank you to all of the Pheasant Experts in advance.