Got my first batch of chicks yesterday, and they're doing great — at least, they seem to be, to this first-time chick-mom! There's one who needed some TLC though, with pasty-butt and a bent toe. I washed and dried his butt, but he was unable to stand or balance, poor little guy (or gal!). I straightened out his toe with a sticking plaster bootie, but now it's getting a bit dirty, and I'm not sure how to best care for it. Do I keep it on, and wash and dry it, or do I take it off and apply fresh stick plaster? I'm hesitant about taking the plaster off, as I don't want to damage his foot by repeatedly peeling it off, but maybe this would be a good opportunity to check that the toe is still healthy under there? I got a snap of him with the booty, but I forgot to get one of the toe before putting it on. It was healthy andd pink/same colour as other toes, but just completely bent to the side - it was the middle toe. He's a Buff Orpington, and the smallest chick of the bunch, but he's perked up a ton since I washed his butt and put the sticking plaster on him and he's able to get around. Advice really appreciated!!