Hello, Our rooster (large white, yellow legs, black feathers mixed within tail) has a huge red comb and huge set of red swaddles, this year being -26 at times has developed some frost bite at edges. Frost bite on it's own would have been a naturally occuring accident of this years winter, but this morning his swaddles swelled up to almost twice the size of his head, (slight over exageration). My neighbore has suggested that they are filled with liquid, and swelled due to the frost bite. He also suggested that I should drain them tomorrow if the swelling doesn't go down. So my questions start with; 1. how do I drain them, can I puncture the swaddles like a human water blister simply using a sterile needle and hoping for the best, or do I have to cut them a larger opening with razor blades or shears? 2. has anyone left a rooster well enough alone and simply hoped for the best, imagining that the swelling will go down, and that the animal will return to natures time healer? Thanks any advice will be greatly appriciated.