i have a one-year-old Cayuga female. She has a deformed upper beak, and i had to help her out of the egg when she was born. She has been fine up to this point, with no other apparent deformities. Past week or two, i've noticed she hasn't been getting in the pond (kiddie pool). Yesterday and this morning she seemed tired, only taking a few steps then sitting down. i brought her in the house and put her in the bathtub. She seemed to really enjoy getting wet and cleaning herself off. i gave her a big bowl of peas and hard boiled eggs, and she ate like she was starving. Although i have noticed she has been eating fine all along with the other ducks. i keep a tub of Flockraiser out all the time. Twice a day they get Mazuri Waterfowl maintenance softened with warm water with peas added. Then they get lettuce and greens almost every day. We have no drakes and all the ducks get along. Oh, i also gave her some Polyvisol without iron this morning. So i come home from the store to find she can't walk at all, legs out behind her. Not as much worried about that as the fact that she is breathing very heavy and her feet feel warm. i have her inside now in a 40 gallon rubbermaid container, with a bowl of water right by her head, and then turned a fan on low - not directly on her, just to move the air around. My vet will be in tomorrow probably after 10:30 am. Any suggestions as to what else i can do?