Almost 13 week old buckling. Dewormed on schedule, Corid on schedule. Drank his last bottle this morning at 7:30am, ate his dairy pellets, acted like his normal annoying, jumping on us, trying to steal bottles self. We feed 16% dairy pellets, Calf Manna, alfalfa pellets and good grass hay. They have a paddock with browse. Fresh water twice a day. Nothing new. Noon: Yelled out twice in an alarming way. Ran toward the fence where I was. Layed down flat on his side on the ground, kicked at his side with rear leg. Acted depressed. Got him up and Brought him to the barn. He would stretch his body. Layed down a few more times. Wouldn't move around much. Temperature normal, membranes normal. No appearance of bloat. No pooping or peeing, penis area dry. I couldn't tell if he was trying to urinate or poop...but over an hour and did neither. Gave a drench of 1 tsp Ammonium Chloride, ACV and water over the next two hours. Banamine for discomfort. 20 CC Oil for possible constipation. Pepto for tummy ache. Drenched with plane cool water, about 80 CC. Still no poop or pee but walking around and nibbling hay. 2pm-Still depressed (laying in stall) but it is nap time and a warm day. Got him out of the stall. Stretched. Took his temp, normal. He pooped! Penis area was wet. Put him up. Buddies left him behind, so he cried. Called him, he followed his buddies, pooped again! Then stopped and urinated, a good flow, stuck his face in it. Acting normal again. Follow-up: Going to take down a bottle of water with Kefir in it for hydration and probiotics. Will repeat again this evening. I thought he was too young for urinary calculi (?). He is our "drama king" which might explain some of the dramatic behavior but definitely not normal for him. Explanations? Continued support?