Hi there, I have a chick purchased from a hatchery on April 28th this year. I bought 10, 5 salmon faverolles and 5 sultan. One of the salmon faverolles I noticed one day was being sort-of walked over (I had hatched a bunch of chicks as well and they were all together in a tote/brooder which was pretty crowded). I immediately removed the chick and set up an ICU for it and gave it food/water vitamins. It recovered just fine, however I noticed about a week later that it walks a little 'tippy'. It was still living separate (with a friend) in a converted laundry basket lined with towels. The heat source for them is a heating pad folded in half to make a 'cave'. They've done well with it so far, the chicks roommate is perfectly fine. The salmon though looks like its almost injured? When it walks, its walking crookedly, almost like a sidewinder. Not always but definitely noticeable. My grandfather said it might grow out of it, but I worry about there being something I should do to help rehab it. Its also half the size of the other salmon faverolles. I tried adding it back in with the rest of the chicks but pulled it out after one night because I noticed it was SO thirsty. Standing at the waterer for an extended period drinking over and over. Any one else had similar issues? I can keep it separate as long as it needs.