Is this kid nursing on the doe or bottle fed? If bottle fed, what is being fed and how much and how often? We need more info. I would not worm at that age so please do not give more worming medication.
Any other info you can provide? Housing? Born at your farm or obtained somewhere else? If bottle fed, did it get colostrum as a newborn???
This little girl is bottle fed,picked up on Sunday from friend who decided it was to much work.She's had diarrhea i feel from the start. eating 4 ounces every 4 hours. This little girl came from a breeder, not sure what age she was when picked up, but obviously to young. I gave her karo, pepto per breeder.Worming was also recom by breeder at 2 weeks, funny thats when she stopped eating. karo pepto and b complex and b12 with some sub Q fluids given, then wanted to eat on her own. Last night after 2 meals she ate freely, again no interest in eating on her own now forcing her.Feeding her the canned goats milk avaliable at Publix. Mixing in with milk, electrolytes, karo and probiotic. Forcing about 10 cc down at a time, about hourly. Poor little thing will be so head shy by the time this is over, wondering if tube feeding would be a better choice. I'm a vet tech unfortunetly vets i work for not to updated on goats, strickly small animal.
You might want to review some of the info in the threads in the above link regarding bottle fed babies. Being a dwarf, I am wondering if 4 oz is too much per feeding. I would also consider changing (Very gradual changes in diet so not all at once) the formula you are using. I believe some of these threads provide info on how to mix your own formula. Some goats do just fine on whole cows milk from the store without mixing it with anything at all. Bottle feeding is tricky and not knowing if she got colostrum initially doesn't help.
I'll do some reading and see if I can find more specific info to direct you to, but I have only bottle fed one kid in all of the years I have had goats, and she was getting goat milk from another doe that had kids. Mine was a runt out of quads that was rejected by her mother and I made sure she got plenty of colostrum the first 24 hours...that is crucial.
I'm glad to help as much as I can. Let us know how she is doing or if you have other questions. I can message some of the others to jump on here if they can help as well...kidding season so I know some are busy in the barns these days and not on here as much.
I think the kid needs Albon, not wormed. The Pro-bios, B Vitamins and electrolytes, yes, the Pepto no, I never use it. It will help hold the toxins in the gut and once they get through the walls they will attack the organs. Needs a CD Antitoxin shot over the ribs. Maybe a little NeoMycin oral solution if you can not get Albon and a Pen G shot. Also crushing a Lactaid tablet between two spoons and mixing it with a little water and baking soda and drenching if the kid can swallow may help the gut digest that sour milk formula. In addition to that the kid can not digest what it is being fed if the core temperature is low. Even if it is inside the kid can still be cold internally in the organs as they are possibly failing from the worm medication and toxins that built up after the flora in the gut was destroyed by the chemicals in the worm medicine causing them to overwork. A heat lamp or incubator box would be useful. Another way to warm a chilled kid is too wrap the body in a garbage bag up to neck and submerge the kid in lukewarm water, never hot or it will go into shock, just warm water, while holding the kid's head out of the water. When they are warmed up they will start to squirm around and have a really good suck reflex. I don't recommend forcing the formula down that goat. Or stressing the goat as more toxins are being released. Especially if the milk is not being digested or the lining of the inside walls are being destroyed. It may not have came from a nanny who had her CD/T shot. It may not have even had any first milk if the breeder lost that nanny during kidding and had no colostrum frozen from a past kidding to give it. There is a very steep learning curve when treating ruminating animals and I'm sure you want to help it if it has not already passed and if it has I'm sure you did your best with what information you had available. If it is still alive, the best thing you could ask that breeder for is some milk. You can freeze it in zip lock bags in portions and thaw as needed. If you use canned milk it may be too rich and need diluted. I know Meyanburg from the candy isle is really good milk but it has too be diluted at least two to one. It is very high in calories and even the sickest goats can digest it, although since it has been sterilized the need for Pro-Bios in addition is important. The commercial formula's need watered down if you use them. The ones without soy are better. Some people use Sav-A-Caf because it comes medicated for scours. Of course another thing that could of caused the scouring in the kid was a congested bag in the nanny or an infection that was passed along before it was pulled. Also the upset to the digestive system when the milk was changed. That has to be done slowly with frequent small meals.