Cozette, my 7 year old Nubian doe who had pneumonia last summer was acting sickly again this past week. She was refusing to come out for her breakfast and when I brought her into the milk parlor to check her out, she was shivering. Her temp was 100.2. I started her on Nuflor because she seemed like she did with the pneumonia. Yesterday, when I brought her in for treatment, she seemed to have some cud on one sice, but I wasn't concerned because she was eating good. Today, I noticed thet side of her mouth looked swollen and felt firm. I checked her mouth using a speculum and saw that her cheek was impacted with rather dry cud. I worked it loose and she swallowed it. Tonite, it looked full again, but by the time I brought her in to deal with it, she must have gotten it loose and swallowed it. Someone suggested her teeth may need to be floated. Have any of you had experience with this. She was bred in early October and I don't want to put her through alot of trauma, but I do want her to be able to eat and cud properly.