HELP Sick lamb
Wow just read my cry for help an omg, should've proof read first LOL
pat an karen;396168 wrote: i there people. New to site. My wife an i have about half an acre an are slowly building up a lil zoo. We just bougt to young lambs (boy is bout 7 days and te girl is about 4 days) but I'm wooried about the our lil girl lily, she is not active an hey eyes look like conjuntivites and her nose is snooty. Wil be taking her to vet tommorow at five but am worried about her, should i take her in now or is tere anything i can do to help her. She is also shaking on her feet an noticed at her last feed her breathing a little raspy. Any help PLEASE would be greatly appreciated.
My current House Destroyer ( Lucky lamb ) was very rattley with in hours of birth ( long story, long birth, not good outcome for the first twin, mum buggered and sick from the birth)
I brought him home and fed him small ammounts (100 -150 mls) every couple of hours , and keptt him very warm for a few days .. he has come right .,. can still get a bit rattley sometimes if he guts to much to fast
I would be getting Vet to check your girl in morning for sure
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5 retired Greyhounds ( Bridgette , Lilly, GoGo,Sam and now Lenny) 15 friendly sheep all of whom are named and come when you call them , 2 goats, Mollie and Eee Bee :
Olive trees , .. old bugger doing the best he can with no money or land
If so, this needs to be turned out to stop permanent damage.
A few drops of artificial tears, say Optrex, might help her.
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