In the Brooder
- Jun 11, 2017
Thank you very much for responding. I am going to take her to an vet chiropractor to see if they can help. I thought maybe so many nights that she turned over on her back may have done some damage.She's very cute! I hate to see one being picked on for being different.
First, I have no experience with this condition, so I'm just tossing out thoughts. I don't think its wry neck.
Have you have had them since they were babies? Do you think maybe you just didn't notice it before, or it was her neck definitely not like that, prior to finding her on her back? Could she have fallen from any height, or maybe got trampled by the others? Or something dropped on her?
Can her neck straighten out with your assistance? I mean gently, if you help her, or does it seem stuck firm in that position? Maybe some massage therapy would help?
Does she get to swim? Swimming and diving may also be therapeutic, with supervision of course.
Best of luck for her. She seems like a real trooper!