Is this the same thing as LA-200. or similar? Can I use it one goats? I don't see a picture of a sheep or a goat on it, so that makes me nervous. It is a 200mg tincture of Oxyetracycline. The mfr is Durvet. I am asking because my goat is giving me grief again and I really don't know what's bugging him. I was thinking pneumonia, so I want to be prepared, in case he needs treatment. (all I have is Biosol/neomycin sulfate and duramycin 72-200) He trembles a little bit when he is laying down, I can see the trembles, but can't feel them. The base of his horns felt kinda warm last night, and it was cold outside, but I haven't taken his temp....have no idea how or even if I have a thermometer. (can an ear one work? lol) :haha: His appetite was decreased yesterday, but right now, he doesn't seem interested in food. He was waiving his head around wierd day before yesterday, and I thought it might be the beginnings of polio...gave him some b1 and probios, but that stopped since then. He is kinda sickly in general, almost died of coccidosis in Oct. but he's doing well now. He needed a home and I had room. Kinda wish I hadn't taken him but I have a big heart. I just wanted to know if anyone had used this in goats before in case I need to use it for foot rot or pneumonia.