It had to be my prize Saanen but we had a terrible time delivering her single doe kid a couple of nights ago. The kids head was turned back alongside her shoulder and we could not get it pulled forward so we finally decided to pull it like it was since we figured it was dead by that time. Not dead but very weak and a neck that has been folded over for some time. She can now stand up by herself and can hold her head up BUT the left side of her neck is curved. She likes for it to be massaged it seems. She will go to sleep while I am doing that. Is there anything else I can do to help it straighten out? I can't figure out how to put a splint on her neck. Front legs I use toilet paper tubes but this is different. Her legs are fine. When the dam came here she was afraid of the LGD and trying to get away from her, she slipped on the sudan scattered around the hay feeder and fell and I thought she had hurt her hip. She has wobbled around on her backend for the past 2 years. After DH had to strain to pull this kid with me holding the doe so she he could get leverage, she walks fine. No more wobble. Guess we fixed her and it must have been a back problem not a hip problem. She actually ran up to me yesterday. So there is good with the bad.