Hi. All 5 of my girls were killed Wednesday night by (I am assuming) a fox. I have fixed the problem that got them killed. So the next problem I had was my goat. She was bought to protect the girls from the hawks. She rocks. No hawk problems since she arrived. Anyway, Patricia(my boys named her) was having a really bad day on Thursday because she was all alone so I knew I had to quickly replace the deceased hens. (No disrespect to the deceased) A friend of a friend offered 2 chickens so I went and picked them up. (I don't know their age) He gave me a Wellsummer rooster and hen. They are beautiful. She has layed 2 eggs in her first 2 days with me. He is handsome and has been crowing up a storm. (My DH calls him the barnyard pimp) Now for my worry, the girl sounds like she has asthma. She seems to sneeze and wheeze. She has no discharge from her eyes, nose, or mouth. She is active and appears fine. Should I be worried? Could this just be normal for her? Could it be related to the stress of re-homing? Should I do something or just wait and see? Thanks in advance for you thoughts.