An uncommon instance of hydrallantois in a goat with a history of a full-term pregnancy was presented at the veterinary clinical complex of college Jaipur. It was noted that the animal had anorexia symptoms, respiratory distress, bilaterally distended abdomen, and inability to rise and move. Animal had been struggling for six to seven hours. On ultrasonographic examination, the accumulation of fluid was seen to have a membrane-like structure without any discernible structure. For the purpose of inducing labour and treating shock, fluid therapy, prostaglandin (cloprostenol), and dexamethasone were provided. One foetus that wasn't viable was delivered. 6-7 litres on average of allantoic fluid were eliminated.