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My sick goat
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kirstie brogan    Posted 12-03-2004 at 20:36:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
my 1 year old goat has all of a sudden this morining after grazing in an unused vege garden has become very unstable on here feet and is dribbling she is also standing there huntched and just staring at nothing as if she were blacking out please write back to me!!! my dad won't take her to the vet 9please0


RN    Posted 12-03-2004 at 20:53:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
Any rhubarb in garden? Leaves known to sicken humans and other mammals. Any ornamental flowers, castor beans? Any bug or plant poison used recently? Possible chewed and swallowed plastic netting? Try warm sheltered stall or pen with water and clean hay for a day or two to help recovery. Where was goat before put into garden- pasture, pen? Some others here keep goats, may have other advice since vet seems not an option. If goat survives couple days will probably recover by itself. RN.


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