Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

One doe isolates herself, she does not eat well like others and she gets thinner with time. Suggestions on how to help her will be mostly appreciated.

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Are the other goats beating her up and keeping her away from the hay or feed?

How old is she? Is she pregnant, milking, or dry?

Have you tried putting her in a pen by herself and offering her food? If yes, what happened? 

Thanks for your response.

> Are the other goats beating her up and keeping her away from the hay or feed?

No 

>How old is she?

14 months old

>Is she pregnant, milking, or dry?

She is not pregnant and milking.  She has never given birth.

>Have you tried putting her in a pen by herself and offering her food?

Yes. she does not eat well most of the time.

Do you have a picture of her that you could post?

Are the insides of her eyelids pale pink, white, or red?

Is she pooping normal pebbles, logs, or diarrhea?

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