Hopefully this is the last time I will have to pester y'all about this goat! Just to refresh:1 month old doe, bottle fed, rejected by mother (who possibly had some sort of ailment/deficiency). She is eating well, growing fine, putting on weight and basically thriving in all areas but one...she is not bearing weight on her right, back leg. We have been treating her, per vet's counsel, for WMD (white muscle disease, not weapons of mass destruction :haha: Sorry, trying to be funny) and giving her BoSe injections. She is due one more shot in the series. We, hubby & I, have felt of the leg & muscle and it is obviously atrophied. Her back leg muscles, left vs. right, don't even feel the same. It does effect the way she gets around and it trips her up a good bit becuase 99.99% of the time it is just free-hanging as she moves around. She'll put it down to touch the ground if she is just standing. I am not of the opinion that her muscle is going to magically appear after her final BoSe shot or that it is likely to build over her lifetime, but of course I could be wrong. I am trying to be realistic and I need some hard advice. What is the average prognosis for a situation like this? Is this truly something that will not reverse? Is she going to have to be put down eventually? Should I sell her to someone who might want to nurse her for the rest of her life? I'm not sure what to do here.