My Christmas present--a little buckling-- died quite suddenly. :down He was a Nigerian dwarf born Oct 5, 2007 so he was about 11 weeks old. He came here with a slight cough--very dry cough. If I stayed out with them for about a half hour, I would only hear him cough once or twice so not constant. None of our local stores had Prohibit/levisol so I order some hoping that the cough was lungworm. I did not get a chance to treat him or have a vet look at him. Which I feel horrible about but with the holidays and such everything has been so hectic here. Of course, if I had just realized how serious it was......but hindsight is always 20/20.... He was with us about a week. He also cried a lot but would stop if you paid him some attention. He left his mom when he came to live with us so I figured the crying was from being weaned and sent to a new place. No temp and seemed up and happy. I have been at work the past 3 days but DH said he was acting normal yesterday and tonight I went in and found him dead. The only change to their environment was we put the water on the other side of the fence where they had to just put their heads through to drink since they kept pooping in the water. I suppose it is possible that he died of dehydration but I know he was able to get to the water. The bred doe I purchased along with him also has the dry cough---can I treat her with the prohibit???? I also have Ivomec if that's better. I want to save my doe and also my resident buck has developed a slight cough which I am paranoid about. I went ahead and gave him the Prohibit at the does in Goat Keeping 101----mix the packet with 17.5 ounces water and give 2cc per 50 lbs. He got just slightly under 2 CC since he is about 40 pounds.