Thank you, Vicki.
Charlene, if there is any difference in my advice and Vicki's, take Vicki's!! She's the expert and is very much appreciated for her help.
> I haven't posted anything on this
> calf because without a proper
> physical exam and likely bloodwork
> including electrolytes anything I
> say is total guesswork. Whoever
> the vet is who hasn't seen this
> calf and yet prescribes meds is
> not practicing good medicine. You
> may have a permanent neurological
> problem all the way to an easily
> correctible problem. Antibiotics
> are fine if you know why you're
> using them, as are the B vitamins.
> I'd be doing a full neuro exam,
> taking blood for a CBC, 'lytes and
> possible Se level (guessing since
> I haven't seen the calf) as well
> as a full physical exam including
> looking for sepsis (navel
> infection, joint ill) and possibly
> more! Keep the calf clean, dry and
> hydrated. No drafts! Good
> footing....and a proper physical
> exam and diagnosis. Is there a vet
> college nearby you can contact?
> Good Luck V