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Old Oct 22nd 2012, 01:24 PM   #1
 
  Feb 2011
  Millstadt, Illinois
I had a 6 month old buck fawn that had watery loose stools for about a week, finally took a sample in and the float came back negative but the stain was positive for Campylobacter. After searching the forums for this, I see no one else has ever had or mentioned Campylobacter. The vet recommended Tribissen and Baytril treatment and probios.



Has anyone ever dealt with this or know exactly how this come about?
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Old Oct 22nd 2012, 05:37 PM   #2
 
  May 2012
  Springdale Arkansas
Campylobacter is self-limiting, therefore, it's pass-rate is fairly quick...as always, follow your vet's advice, although I would make sure he knows this is a young animal, as Baytril can cause bone growth plate tissue damage...other than that, a good probiotic is a good bet..
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Old Nov 17th 2020, 05:32 AM   #4
 
  Nov 2020
  California
Hello everyone! I got here because my fawn's also feeling the exact same thing. How did this turned out?

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Old Apr 1st 2021, 08:51 AM   #5
 
  Apr 2021
  Peachtree City, GA, USA
Brielleluna, it seems that if there is no response, the fawn may have turned out well, though I am not able to say for sure. How did the situation turn out for your fawn?

I'm currently doing gutter cleaning in Peachtree City and am thinking about going into a joint venture with a deer breeding company. Because fawns are a legitimate part of the process, I'd like to know how this is solved before I jump into the business.
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Old Sep 23rd 2021, 08:08 AM   #7
 
  Jul 2021
  canada
This is my first time hearing this "Campylobacter", is it a bacteria? Virus? or a disease? Because back at my Security Camera System in Naperville town some of our bucks had watery loose stools, we thought its normal and it will be gone after a couple of days.
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