PULLET 911!!!! Edit for more issues! Help please

hollymh

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I have a frizzle who is very ill with cocci, I have been treating her since yesterday when I noticed some bloody stool but she isn't responding as well as the others. She is inside now and I have been hydrating her with some sugar water mixed with a tiny dose of Corid, she is responding ok but is there any thing else I can do to help her? I also believe she is suffering from anemia at this point.

No blood in her stool any longer, it is firming and there is less and less blood.

After hydration sessions she will eat a good bit and then go back to sleep, she will not eat scrambled eggs or anything other than chick starter at this point.






I moved my chicks out to the big coop, they are about 12wks, I have bloody stool from a few, treated with corid as soon as I saw it. What else can I do, I lost one silkie today and will be pretty upset if I loose more! Please advise!? Thanks!
 
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cafarmgirl

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Usually you do not need to do anything else, just make sure you are treating with the correct dose and do it for the full 5 to 7 days. If it was to far along before treatment started you may loose some.
 

hollymh

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Thanks, pretty sure I caught it within the first day or two and started treatment, the one that died was always the runt so hopefully I don't lose more. Just wanted to make sure I'm doing all I can
 

dawg53

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Use an eyedropper to administer the corid mixture to her. She's too sick to drink the treated water on her own. Dont add anything to the treated water. You'll have to do this about 7 to 8 times a day so that she gets enough corid in her so that she'll eventually be able to drink the treated water on her own.
 
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