I have a two year old (Embden) goose that I found this morning with gross ascites of her lower abdomen, the skin and area around the squishy, fluid filled area is fire engine red and hot to the touch. I was on my way out the door to work (late) and plan on bringing her in immediately when I get home. I believe it's either egg yolk peritonitis or she's egg bound. I have Baytril - which may be expired, penicillin G procaine and tylan 50 at home. I can lubricate her vent and place her in the bathroom in order to steam the room. She'll be kept inside. Does anyone have any suggestions? I called the Vet, and asked for a call back, but I'm still waiting. Our Vets are not poultry oriented. What are the dosages for the antibiotics I mentioned? Any and all suggestions are appreciated. She is one of my very best geese. I got her from Holderreads and she's done very well at the shows. I don't want to lose her!