To encourage the girls to have as much tylan as possible I have been making small amounts of mash throughout the day with the tylan water.
Apricot is firmly bottom girl and is the most timid around the flock. Oddly enough she is the most friendly around me. She is looking over the edge of the patio but can’t pluck up the courage to join the girls.
Cinnamon takes no notice of Freckles, pecking her away from the dish, and just bounces back and yet she is the most timid around me.
She had a little mash until Freckles spotted that the dish had been moved and came running over. Freckles is firmly top serama.
The girls look brighter and although they are still sneezing I think it is a bit less frequent. There is still a whisper of sound from the breathing of Freckles, Dandelion and Apricot. It is only noticeable when they are eating the mash.
Freckles has slowed down with the feather dropping too which I am pleased about.
I called the vet today to ask about ordering more tylan. My vet was away today but the receptionist has left her a note to call me tomorrow.
Apricot was last in tonight and I put the mash dish in front of her so that she could have a last top up before bedtime.
I think we are making slow progress and I am feeling hopeful.