Colette (Nubian) is almost 9 months old and was bred on Nov. 13. For the past two days, she has had runny diarreah. Yesterday, I just made sure the goats in that pen had fresh soda. Today, I've treated her with Probios. She has been eating her hay and grain with the other goats. It's been cold, so none of them has been playing much, but she is acting much the same as the rest of her penmates. The goats are fed alfalfa hay and goat developer pellets (with coccidiostat) with a handful of COB, BOSS and a scoop of alfalfa pellets mixed in. No dietary changes. The one thing I did do was to clean out the goat house on Thursday and dug up some old, wet hay and straw in the process, which I removed. Colette was very curious and may have nibbled some of that when I was working. I also put down pine shavings covered with clean straw and the goats always have to nibble on that. What I am wondering is if I should be giving her something more than the Probios at this point. I always am prudent with giving meds to bred does, especially early bred ones. I don't want to harm the fetus, but at the same time, I don't want thave this nice doeling go downhill. The diarreah meds I have on hand are liquid sulfa from the vet, Biosol, pig pump, Kaolin Pectin for livestock and Diarsanyl.