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No, it doesn't look like they posted. Can you try again? Youtube and links back in the chat are also useful.
That may be for the best. The pic I see is of a hooded black and white rat. No video yet though.
No rush. I'll be here.
This looks like uveitis to me, an inflammation of the vascular layer within the eye. It can happen to one eye or both. We can see some correlation between upper respiratory infection and uveitis, which may explain this sudden onset for the girls and also the sniffles you're hearing. Uveitis can be an uncomfortable condition and a respiratory problem can certainly make them feel under the weather. I would urge you to have both girls examined and another course of antibiotics started. Until that can be done, please try to dim the lights in their room and keep them off of any substrate that is flighty like wood shavings. The eye(s) may reach a point in size where the eyelids cannot close over it which can cause ulceration if bedding becomes stuck to the eye itself. The purpose of the dimmed light is to help with any light sensitivity they may be experiencing due to the uveitis.
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Baytril should work perfectly for both. You're quite welcome!
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Usually 7-10 days on Baytril but potentially longer for respiratory symptoms. They may also need prescription eye medication to bring down the inflammation.
make sure you're giving 0.08mLs as it states on the label and not 0.8mLs. At the concentration they've sent you home with, if you give 0.8mLs, it may be fatal.
I assumed it might be but always good to check!