I have 3 ADGA registered doelings 3.5-4.5 months, two Nubians (half sisters) and 1 nigerian dwarf. When I got the Nubians two months ago, the youngest had cocci. They were seen by vet and all three were treated with Panazuril over the course of six weeks (the last treatment was last week). In the past week, the youngest seemed to have a pretty big potbelly suddenly, though she still is pretty scrawny along the back (I've been trying to get her weight up), and I noticed tapeworm segments in the Nigerian Dwarf droppings two days ago. The oldest nubian has really great body condition. All three are acting great--frisky and playful with good appetites and firm goat pellets. They eat a lot of browse/tree branches, some choice grass when grazing, have free choice hay, and get 2 cups medicated grain morning and night shared between the three of them. It's hot as blazes here, and has also been really wet, so I'm sure the parasites are doing a number. I know doing fecals is the best route to go, but I'm preparing for a trip and would love to go ahead and treat to make sure they are in better form before I leave, especially having seen tapeworm sections. Recommendations for medications? (have safeguard and cydectin) Would you treat all three, or just the one with worm segmants, or the one with the potbelly too? (I'm also looking forward to getting into doing fecals myself, and would love recommendations for microscopes. Just ordered a parasite id book last night.) Thank you everyone.