Our Bantam Speckled D'Uccle (Sprinkle) is limping. I don't see any signs of bumblefoot (the little pad at the center of her feet is squashy, not overgrown at all) but she is not bearing weight on her right leg at all. I tried to feel for a slipped tendon, and looked for any signs of an injury/cut - I just don't see any obvious reason that she can't walk on it. She's our only Bantam, in a flock of about 35, and has been with us for 4 weeks (we got her at the chicken barn of a local fair, certified by the state vet to be healthy) What should we do for her? We tried to bring her into the house and share a hutch with our mini bunny, but neither of them liked that arrangement :/ The hen liked the bunny food, but not the cage, and the bunny was not at all impressed with her house guest. She has been (prior to injury) roosting with the other hens, roos and guineas, but I wonder if the height of the roost is going to be too much for her. I tried searching the boards, but didn't find clear info besides isolation, being that she's a small girl and not keen on being in a confined space I'd like to find a solution that keeps her integrated. She's a special girl in our flock, so we want to make sure that she is happy and healthy and strong to stick around for a good long while!