I have a 3 year old Rhode Island Red that I found struggling to breathe when I got home from a funeral two days ago. I can tell there is fluid in her lungs because she is making gurgling sounds and slurping. Especially when she tries to put her head down to eat. I have even found bloody mucus she coughed up, on the side of her cage. I have her warm in my house, separated from the rest, and I have a vaporizer going with vetrx in it. I have also given tylan 50 injections twice a day for two days at 1/2 cc. (She is about 5 pounds). Electrolytes, probiotics, oregano oil, acv, and vitamins in the water. Nothing is helping! Yesterday she was atleast walking around eating on her own, but now today she is just standing around sleeping, tail down. IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE I CAN DO?? Why isn't the tylan working? I read that pneumonia can be viral OR bacterial.. and if it's a virus antibiotics won't help.. but then what? So I just have to wait and see if she will die if it's viral?? This is one of my best hens. I sure hope someone has some advice, I am desperate to save her. I never expected to find her this sick when I got home.