I have already posted earlier about this, so if you know this from earlier, sorry for the repetition. I have a white rock that I bought from a man about a month ago. I got home yesterday and picked her up (she's my cuddly girl) and noticed her right eye was almost all of the way shut and had bubbles (from tears, I'm assuming) emerging from the small slit where her eye was still open. The bubbles had no color to them, just clear. I posted and I was told to clean her eye, which I did. Today, I asked my boss (whom is a chicken expert [i work at a hardware store, so it's almost necessary]) and showed her the picture of her, and she told me that she has a respiratory illness and that I need to separate her from the rest of the flock. As soon as I got home, I did just that. Tomorrow I am going to buy a supplement to put in both her water and the flocks water. I also cleaned her eye again, which seemed to be open a tad more. The bubbles went from clear to a white color, like bath bubbles. Her eye also looks semi swollen, but it may just be me over reacting. I am very concerned because I heard my barred rock sneezing and sniffling like her. If I get the supplement in their water ASAP, could I help prevent this? And if my white rock continues to get worse, should I go ahead and put her down? What more can I do? Also, I'm afraid that she'll only continue to get worse because we are moving her on Wednesday. I know new locations are always a complication, and this poor girl will have been moved from two locations in a time span of a month! what else can I do to help her?