If the kid is chilled he must be warmed up before being fed or the milk will not be digested. Instead it will turn to toxins that will attack organs. You can check to see how warm the kid is by putting your finger in the mouth. If you start getting a slow or no suck reflex the kid is floppy and you would use FKS recipes of baking soda and water. If the kid was warm when fed and that is not the issue then here is what I would give in this situation for a full size kid. I mix one dissolved Tum in a quarter cup of water, 3cc of Human Mineral Oil (no other kind of oil because it does not have to be metabolized), .05 cc of power punch and one dissolved and crushed human Lactaid pill. That will break down the rancid undigested milk and move it out of the kid. I would give a little bit of that mix every half hour or so. You would have to scale down the amount to maybe using just half of it for the dwarf size. I have a Boer herd so my goats are larger at birth. It is common at a week old to get a stopped up kid and that is what always worked best in saving kids with similar symptoms. If you do save this kid I recommend using Ultra 24 Multi Species powder for the milk. It is the number one best milk re-placer. I never had a sick kid with it like I did with the other products being sold. It has mineral oil in the mix and that is why I think Ultra 24 works so great.
If you have any CD Antitoxin I suggest giving that as well.
Thank you so much! My little guy weighs a whopping 3 pounds! I used a tiny sliver of a glycerin suppository and got his bowels moving. I got him nice and warm today and he's back to his bouncy little self tonight.
Glad to hear the good news. At that age I would feed small meals every two or three hours rather than wait eight hours and risk giving too much at once. For a Boer kid I would give just between two to four ounces depending on their size that first couple of weeks and increase to every four hours once they got bigger and increase the serving. Of course with your tiny goat kid you would decrease the amount. You should watch out for infection from the administration of the glycerin but clearing the goat out is more important. Any time administration of anything to clear them out that way, even warm soapy water, will have the risk of introducing bacteria into their systems but you can be on the lookout and watch for signs of that and be ready to deal with it if it happens. Even PetEm products made to soften material so it can pass has that risk but is the lesser of the two evils. I mentioned the recipe above to avoid the risk because I don't know what medicines you have on hand and kids can't use certain antibiotics. Hope all is well from here on out. If he scrunches up and just stands there looking all hunchy butt the above recipe I first mentioned usually works. There is a very small loop at the front end of kids digestion systems that is sometimes the problem. Other times it is the back end.