Hello I recently took in a little frizzle bantam that was pecked almost completly featherless by the other chickens she was in with. I haven't let her around my other chickens so no worries there but despite the fact she is eating like crazy and almost all the feathers have grown back, she continues to gasp for air. Its not all the time but at least 70% of the time, when she is running about she seems fine, she does sleep a lot more than I think is normal. She also snores when she is sleeping. The gasps are like exaggerated deep breaths but I noticed today she did sound a bit congested (but before today no noticable congestion), and I fear she may be getting worse. No discharge or watery eyes, very alert and lots of energy, amazing appetite, I wormed her with ivermectin, 2 rounds of Sulmet (14 days apart) and still no improvement, I also made sure she got some probiotics after each treatment. She is eating chicken scratch (non-medicated), scrambled eggs, and meal worms, roaches, and crickets (I breed them myself so they are clean and parasite free), she gets electrolytes w/D3 and she has a heat lamp that she stays under most of the time she is in her cage. Should I try a new medication, a different food? I am at a complete loss and I have really become attached to this little critter, I can't lose her. If anyone has any suggestions I would greatly appreciate them. P.S. I sterilize her food, water and cage every other day, the bedding is changed daily. I am a bit of a germ freak,lol.