Hi everyone, I've recently gotten a Easter Egger. The woman I got her from didn't know she had vent gleet. I started treating her a week ago this past sunday August 11th. She took off into the woods only after two bottom soaks and some bacterial spray. I finally got her to come home this last Friday and have been soaking her everyday since then in Epsom salt and a little dawn dish soap. My concern is there is dried on poo under her vent and I can't get it off for the life of me.