Penrod my 12 pound Brahma has hurt his right leg somehow. I noticed last night he was lying on the ground, but he made it into the coop. I didn't check on him to see if he made it onto the perch, but this morning I found him lying on the floor. Yesterday, he was in his run all day, so I don't know what could have happened to hurt his leg. I took him out to the pen, set him down, and he had trouble standing. He favored his right leg when trying to walk, which he quickly gave up on and lied down again. It's not snake bite since he isn't acting sick. He eats if I hold it under his beak, but he doesn't want to stand at the feeder. I don't think it's broken because the leg holds his weight when he tries to walk. It hurts him because he bends over and taps his beak on the top of his right foot. It doesn't look like there's swelling on the pad of his foot. There doesn't appear to be any swelling when I feel both legs for any asymmetry. I don't know what else to do. Maybe put him in a crate with a heating pad? Any ideas?