I'm lucky enough to have an avian vet 2 miles from my house but he cannot see my Rooster for another two days and I'm wondering if there is anything I can do in the meantime. Symptoms: A couple days ago I noticed his crow wasn't as clear and loud. It became raspy at the end almost like he had a sore throat. There were no other symptoms suggesting a respiratory problem and he was eating and drinking fine. All of the sudden this morning he wouldn't come off the roost. I separated him to keep an eye on him and he wasn't really moving around and was not interested in food or water. Not fluffed up, eyes clear and no discharge Progressively throughout the day, he started to slowly sway his head all the way to one side and then snap it back. Then more dizzy like symptoms started. He is stumbling around and knocking into things and still swaying his head back and forth. He may have a fever, his legs feel warm. His poop is minimal and bright green. He also has not eaten anything. I was able to get some water down with a syringe which he took happily. His trouble walking seems to be more dizziness than paralysis. Has anyone had any experience with these symptoms? I've been looking all day and nothing seems to fit. Thanks!