We have a goat that has always been thin. We have no idea what she is, she was the first one we got. Four years later we get boers. Anyway, as I said she has always been thin, but now her coat is a little dull, has alot of "fluff" under her thin coat. She is eating, but is VERY picky. Today I noticed a green nasal discharge, so I started her on a round of penicillan. She seems weak, and when I face her it looks like her jaws maybe a little swollen. I thought then she may not be eating good because of that, so I gave her a little corn (her favorite) and she crunched it right up! Could a tooth be infected? Bottom line: thin goat, little appetite, dull coat, possible minor swelling in jaw. Any ideas? She has tested neg. for CAE and CL. Also, she had twins about 3 months ago, we treated her for clymidia (sp?), could that cause the signs above? She is wormed regularly with Cydectin/Ivermectin and has routine vaccinations.