My three week old coturnix quail chick (Snow) has been the weaker one of her hatchmates. She's also pretty much half the size of a chick who's only a day older than her, and about two thirds the size of a chick a day younger than her. She hatched out healthy but walked funny when she was younger. She walked on her hocks (she's pretty much recovered from that state, now she can walk 'properly') for the first week or two of her lives. We tried to support her and fix her from that but it really didn't help that much because she wouldn't stay still. Now she pretty much runs and walks properly, but she can't stand without wobbling forwards and backwards, plus her legs are in a 'V' shape. I'm treating it like spraddle legs and will add a bandaid to bring her legs together... Anywho, She's a generally healthy chick, she drinks well, eats well, runs, sleeps and every time I bring my hand out with treats (egg, sprouts, etc.) she's always greedily eating it. But when I was handling her, I saw something weird on her foot when she was fidgeting; It looks kinda like bumblefoot but I heard chick's can't have bumblefoot so... Is it just a regular wound? And how is she the only one to have it? (I had to clean the poop around those weird circley things) Plus her knee's are swollen with similar circley wounds. Any ideas on what it is? And if so, any ways of treating, helping, or assisting her? If she's okay, then great! I'd rather her be healthy than be sick. Because she's my favourite chick; I'm always paranoid when something strange happens to her. Thanks.