We have three ducks...a drake and two girls...soon to be just the two girls. The drake beats up on the girl with the foot problem CONSTANTLY. She is the only one that he mates with, so much so that she is bald on the back of her neck and sometimes her back bleeds where he scratches her. We noticed her limping yesterday, and brought her inside. We let her swim in my bathtub and changed out the water frequently so she could have a good rinse. We dried her, fed and watered her, treated her foot, and brought her back out to be with the other birds (my chickens and ducks live together). This morning when I went out to check on her, one of her eyes looked picked and bleeding around it, and he has blood on his bill. I'm 99% sure the chickens didn't touch her, because they don't bother the ducks (I think the chickens think they're just funny looking chickens, they don't realize they're different), and the drake won't let them anywhere near his girls. I went outside the run and stood watching them for a while. The drake jumped right up on her back and pushed her face down into the snow. She kept trying to get up and eat, and he wouldn't let her (we're talking about a very randy drake, so much do that we had to treat him for a prolapsed phallus in the summer). And that's the other reason I know I can't blame my chickens for her eye being picked at...they never bothered him when he was...dragging his manhood all over the ground. Anyhow, we did some research online and we think she has bumblefoot. We've been VERY lucky and never experienced this with any of our other birds. She does not have inadequate bedding or anything so the only reason we can think of that she might have picked up a staph infection is if she cut her foot on something and picked it up that way, freeranging around the yard with the chickens. Any ideas, since we've never encountered it before? Is this bumblefoot, or is it something else?