My 1.5 year old roo seems to be off. I picked him up yesterday and he felt skinny. He is not very big anyway. He is a silkie. He is also the second of 2 roos. I noted a bit of stool on his bottom. I took him into the house to clean this up and after offered him some food. He ate voraciously. I was concerned that maybe he was not getting the chance to get to the food with my other roo chasing him away. I put him in my isolation cage and he ate lots. I happened to notice that when he had to poop he appeared to be straining. This morning he had pooped lots of wet looking stool.Normal color, just wetter. He was still eating and drinking but would also get quiet and close the eyes. I kept an eye on him all day. At times He was quiet and sleeping and other times he was crowing at the hens going buy and preening. I have some water with vits an yogurt as well as the pellets. He perches in the cage but I am concerned. I have had a bad run this last 2 months and Sara ( was supposed to be a hen!) has a special place in our hearts. Any thoughts?? Could he be constipated but still getting small amounts of wet stool by a blockage or something??? THANKS UPDATE: HI. Sara is still having diarrhea. He is still eating and drinking. He had been treated for worms and is still on Amprol for cocci. I have not seen any more frank blood. I am giving him egg with yogurt, and a bit of tetracycline above his usual food. Any other thoughts??? Sept 25. Sara is still having the wet diarrhea... have not seen any cecal poops. When I picked him up today he is soooo skinny. Even though he is eating and drinking he is still losing weight. WHAT DO I DO. I will get some other wormer tomorrow. Is there something else I should be doing for him???? PLEASE HELP!