Recently I adopted 2 new tortoises, noticed both were making whistling sounds, the smaller one whistling much worse then the larger one. I took them both to the ONLY herp vet in my area, and she said they have a Vitamin A deficiency from poor diet, she said their eyes are slightly puffy and the ear area as well, and she prescribed Baytril injections for both of them, explaining how to do the injections and alternate injection sites from front leg to front leg. She prescribed they get injections every 2 days, 1.8 cc for the bigger tort (he is about 7 inches long) and 0.8 cc for the smaller one, (she is about 5 inches long) After 3 injections so far the male is puking and stopped eating, I no longer hear whistling sounds from him, he is very stressed from the Baytril injections (as I am) and the smaller female seems ok, but she is getting less Baytril? I have been giving them lots of grated carrots for vitamin A, and a multivitamin on their greens as well. Why would Baytril be used to treat this? I am so confused..I am pretty sure the smaller female has a respiratory infection, but does the male need to be getting injections? he was only slightly whistling before and it might have just been substrate up his nose or something, and now there is no whistling.. he is sick from the Baytril. I am calling the vet back today but she is not a tortoise expert so I need advice. Thanks!!