Hello! I'm new here. I've been a chicken mommy for about 2-3 months now to 8 awesome chicken hens. I think 6 of them are New Hampshire Reds, the other two...IDK. All has been going well until a few days ago when I noticed one of my Reds, Bella-Boo, didn't come out for breakfast. I found her sitting in the coop with her chest and head held high and her tail down, shoved nose in the corner, and looking tired and weak. I reached right in and grabbed her with no fight. I sat her on my lap and inspected her all over. I even put her on her back to check her undercarriage. She didn't fight this yet she wasn't limp either. Eyes are bright, acting alert and aware, no pasty butt, no injuries that I could find, comb has nice color, her poo is small, smelly and watery. I returned her to the flock and got things ready to quarantine her. She ate and drank quite well while with the flock for a few hours!!! She did seem to get tired and then go off to the coop to sleep. I brought the quarantine hutch into the family room so she'd be comfy and warm. I did the deed and checked her for a bound egg. Nothing! Just a little greenish water and a toot came out. No egg, nothing. Vent is clean, moist and of good color. No straining or pushing symptoms. I started treatment of the flock with Wazine 17 wormer, Sav-A-Chick Electrolyte and Probiotic supplements, Colloidal Silver (1 tsp per gallon water), Bragg ACV With The 'Mother'. Bella-Boo is getting all of this plus: Oxytetracycline HCI antibiotic and VetRx Poultry Aid (at bed time - full strength). Today I brought her onto a towel on the floor and gave her breakfast and treats (treats are meal worms with peas, carrots and cooked jasmine rice). She's still eating and drinking like a champ! She just gets tired after about 15-20 minutes and falls asleep standing there while I pet her. Then she starts acting like she's laboring to breathe. Not like she can't breathe, more like she's exhausted. She's not panting or breathing fast. I still don't hear anything from her chest or airways. Nostrils are clear and clean. I have noticed her outer thigh feathers seem fluffed out. She is walking better without stumbling like she's weak, but, still acts as if too much action tuckers her out. Am I doing the right thing by quarentining her from the flock? Am I harming or helping her by bringing her inside whre it's warm? I don't want to stress her with up and down temps when she eventually goe sback to the flock (I hope she does). I also don't want her to become depressed because she's without her flock. Will her flock accept her back? Sorry...Questions, questions, questions! With all of my hours of research and reading I have come up with nothing! I just know something is NOT RIGHT! Am I being an over protective Chicken Mommy? Any suggestions?