So everything that I am reading I am still not convinced that it is bumblefoot simply because there are blisters in the same spot on BOTH feet. It is my understanding that bumblefoot is caused by injury to the foot, causing bacteria to enter the foot and then cause infection, swelling, and necrosis. With the blisters being between the toes on both feet (2 blisters on each foot, one blister between each of the toes), I find it difficult to believe that there would be bumblefoot on both feet at the same time with neither of the feet having a scab. Does my thinking make sense? Unfortunately even if I am right and it is not bumblefoot, then what do I do?
I had someone suggest to me that since blisters are indicative of infection that I should use a needle and drain the blisters, then give antibiotics.
I am hesitant to insert needles or do home surgery on my chickens feet. I know that if done incorrectly this could introduce bacteria as well as cause other permanent damage. I do not want to lose my bird due to my lack of action, but also don't want to do more harm.
Feel like I am stuck between a rock and a hard place. I do not have a vet in the area to treat my bird so it is up to me.