Good morning everybody! I have an adult broad breasted turkey tom I adopted 2 months ago. About a week ago he started getting bubbles in his left eye, so I started giving him VetRx as a go to before busting out the antibiotics. It relieved his symptoms but then he developed gurgling and congestion in his chest. No nasal discharge, poop was a little runny for a day and then went back to normal and has remained normal. I read on another thread that the dosage for Tylan 200 is 1cc and inject in the back of the neck 3" above shoulders, to avoid necrotizing his muscle tissue. I followed that dose for 3 days as recommended but he seems to actually be worsening. He is very big, maybe 40-50lbs. Perhaps he needs a larger dose for size? I know dosage for little birds and young turkeys but I have no idea for this fat boy. (I have always used Tylan 200 with amazing success on the rare occasion one of my chickens comes down with a respiratory infection.) So, does anybody have other suggestions? I don't have a farm vet but I have a family friend who is a regular dog and cat vet who wants to help medicine wise. Should I up the Tylan dosage? Try something else incase it's not effective against this strain? We have been having CRAZY weather here in NC. 80 one week and in the twenties and thirties the next. I'm wondering if that has a part to do with it.Thanks in advance. I'm new to this site! I attached a photo of his eye.