Do the does appear to be normal?
Are the kids able to stand and walk?
Can you take the kids' rectal temperature?
No coughing and its hard to tell about the runny nose since they are both drooling quite a bit. The kid with the higher temp. does have rapid breathing. I can't hear any congestion in their chests. I have given both baby asprin for the fever. Just wanted to add that both does have at least one other kid that is doing well.
The best thing to do is treat both the sick lambs with penicillin. The dosage depends on the type of penicillin you have and the weight of each kid.
What is the concentration of the penicillin? It will be on the label (300,000 units/mL?).
How much does each kid weigh?
It is 300,000 units/mL. One kid is 6 lbs and the other is 10 lbs.
I also would like to know if I should keep giving them the milk replacer or keep them strictly on electrolytes until the fever abates. Also, is there anything else I can be doing for the cloudy eyes, as both eyes in both kids are almost completely opaque, with no ulceration that I can see.
The dosage is 10,000 per lb. every twelve hours. The smaller kid should get 1/4 cc. every 12 hours for three days. The 10-lb. kid should get 1/3 cc. every 12 hours for three days. It may be best for you to use a tuberculin syringe (1 cc. syringe).
Keep giving them the milk replacer.
If you are sure there are no corneal ulcers, you can apply an antibiotic-steroid ointment to the affected eyes every 4 hours.
If you are uncertain about corneal ulcers, you can give them injections of a non-steroidal anitinflammatory such as flunixin.
You will probably need to purchase these drugs from a veterinarian.