Originally Posted by Farmer Viola
Here are some instructions
There isn't a spray method for at-home, that's for...
Sounds like he has "spraddle leg."
Is he being kept on newspaper? Slippery surfaces are not good for chicks, they need some texture so their feet won't slide out from underneath them.
This site has some great photos that show...
Originally Posted by aggiemae
I agree. Just rub it with oil not to heavy and taking care not to get it in the tiny holes on the top of the beak. While you are at it do the same with the legs. You can use...
Originally Posted by Michael Apple
Dry skin likely since fungal problems like Favus are generally flaky and crusty. In extreme cases birds start losing feathers. Favus is caused by a parasitic fungus called...
Originally Posted by ronott1
To be fair, it is a very obscure reference since There was no description of Entwives in the Series and they were all dead by the "second Age" while the story was in the period of the...
Could be any number of reasons. Perhaps he broke them off when he was roosting? Perhaps he broke them when he was scratching around in the pen? It's possible (but less likely) that mice have nibbled them in the night for the protein,...
I am not seeing any signs of bumblefoot there. Perhaps she just landed too hard as she came down off the roost?
Keep an eye on her and if she's still limping in a couple of days, post here again and let us know.
Originally Posted by Yard full o' rocks
Laura.....gotta tell you a funny
From the first time I saw your avatar, and tag line......I thought you were the "wife of an ENT"....as in a wife of an EAR, NOSE and...