I've come to realize that the gosling that was given to me the other night is close to a month old. Definitely not a gosling that was not keeping up with siblings. I've check his mouth and all seems ok other then the tip of its tongue. Unless that is what there tongues look like on the end. I feel something happened to this gosling because it doesn't seem sick. It's having trouble breathing, very labored yet normal behavior otherwise. The poor little guy wants to eat and drink but when it does he can't breath and starts flipping out into a panic until it can breath again. I have no idea what to do at his point. I've tried to stick it's head in water to make sure it's nostrils are clear. He does shake his head and once in a while clear liquid will come out. Not much. He has a slight wheeze when he is stressed. I don't know if an older goose went after it or even tried to kill it. I say this because I saw my baby goose bite his throat yesterday which I found to be really strange. I see one side of the goslings chest rise and fall rather the entire chest moving. Anyone have any ideas how I can make this gosling breath better? I'm trying to figure out what I can. I can't find anything on the internet that could help so I'm hoping someone here can.