I posted my problem yesterday and someone told me that it is bumblefoot i'm dealing with. I'm just not sure yet. I need someone with experience or maybe a vet. ~Two days ago i noticed my Silver Dorking Rooster laying down alot. I didn't think much of it other than maybe he was hot from the weather. When i went out yesterday, he came out of the coop limping. I snatched him up to look at his foot and found a Pea sized growth on his toe. It wasn't pink or sore looking but it was definitely effecting him. Now, he's a dorking so he has 5 toes on each foot. His "5th toe" is located directly under his spur. It doesn't come in contact with the ground. But my main confusion comes in when i googled the problem and looked at pictures. All of the pictures of bumblefoot had the growth on the bottom of the foot. Is it possible that it could appear on the toe? This morning when i let them out of the coop he was the last one out and didn't come over to the fence to attack me as usual. I also noticed that the growth is a little bit larger than it was yesterday. Can my other chickens get what he has?? Is it even bumblefoot?