I am typing this through tears. My very favorite goat, Shooting Star, just took his last breath in my arms. I got up this morning and he was just lying there and couldn't get up. I rushed him to the vet and was told he had coccidyosis (spelling), and hookworm. I worm every month as is recommended in our area, and alternate wormers, however, evidently, the wormers that the feed store told me to use do not kill hookworm. He gave me Cydectin and told me to worm him and my other goats every month at 10cc per 100 lbs. of body weight, but to start out by giving 1/2 dose now and 1/2 in a week as it may make them sick if all of the worms die at one time. I came home and dosed my little sweet guy with the meds and wormer and about one hour later, just 15 min. ago, he started kicking. I held him and he just made a tiny noise, looked at me and took his last breath. I am just so beside myself. The funny thing is that if you had told me 5 years ago that I would get all upset over a goat, I would have said you were nuts, but here is sit crying. To make it even worse, I now have no buck to breed my 6 does and no money to get another since I spent $200.00 this morning trying to save my precious little guy. I want to make sure that the dosing he told me is correct for this wormer before I give it to the others. It is the cydectin pour on and has 5 mg of moxidectin/ml. The dose he told me to give was 10cc per 100 pounds of weight. Is this correct? Thanks for listening, letting me vent a bit and for the advice.