Hey everyone, I have a 6 1/2 ft retic weighing in around 19 lbs that was given to me 1 month ago. Shortly after getting her all set up I discovered what I believed and still believe to be an RI. We dont have the greatest herp vets in the area so I have to rely on experience and research to go along with the vets advice. My retic never had a runny nose, no bubbles, just the wheezing when exhaling and what appeared to be labored exhaling at that. She became lethargic, wouldn't eat and started to breathe with her mouth open and that was enough for me so we went to the vet and did a round of force fed baytril as the vet didn't want to do the shots. After around a week she appeared better and by the tenth day was roaming the cage and getting that last shot of baytril down her throat was a no easy act like it was in the beginning. She took a medium rat yesterday like it was nobodies business and 14 days in she looks great, acts normal and very active. However she still wheezes on exhale (but no longer breathes with her mouth open) and I am unsure if she just needs more time or I need to get another round of Baytril or another anti biotic. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The cage specs are 7Lx4wx4h with constant 90 degree at the hot side and 77 degrees on the cool. The humidity stays at 40% on the hot side and 50% on the cool. Substrate is outdoor carpet cleaned and replaced daily. ( I keep 3 cut to size to ). My 3 Burmese have done wonderful over the last 15 years in the identical setups and this is my first retic so possibly there is something I missed or am making a mistake on. I may be worrying about nothing but again....any help or insight would be appreciated.