Hi I have a silky chick who is now 10 weeks old and was hatched in a incubator. Since it's soo cold here in the UK at the mo, she has been raised in our home and not been outside yet. Just before Christmas she was sneezing a bit and kept doing a gaping action, we visited the local vet who advised that she seemed to have the symptons of gapeworm (as she'd never been outside he couldn't understand how she'd got this) but advised that it was good practice to worm her regularly anyway. So we treated her for 7 days with Flubenvet and it seemed to ease the gaping slightly but she was still doing it. After a couple more days we tried changing the bedding in her box from sawdust to straw thinking the dust may be causing the sneezing, it seemed to ease off again for a couple of days but then some days she is still doing the gaping action a lot and sneezing occaisonaly. As she's gone to sleep tonight she seems to have a slight wheezing in her throat. Anybody any ideas what could be wrong with her?? Could it be that the Flubenvet hasn't worked?? Thanks for any advice.