So, my FF Saanen had a doeling three days ago. I thought she was due in late May/early June (just purchased her from breeder in Feb. and was told that was due date). Doeling ate well the first day, then barely ate for the next 18 hours, then began to eat pretty well again. However, this doe cannot stand up. Her front legs will not straighten all the way at the "knee." Muscles seem almost atrophied. She has raspy breathing and was laboring to breath for most of yesterday and then got a bit better last night but not completely. Breath still sounds rattly. She received colostrum after birth (although mom had not had pre- birth vaccinations since I didn't think she was due yet), probios, and selenium/Vit E. Mom was copper bolused last month but could it be from copper deficiency? Am planning on selling her if she recovers but I don't want to put a ton of time into her if it is hopeless. She is keeping herself upright in the proper sleeping position. Also, mom freshened with a very small bag and is milking only a couple of cups which surprised me since she is a Saanen and comes from really good milking lines.