Thank you all for the help! I grabbed some feed I saw recommended (versus just non-med chick starter) for the niacin content. Tried to find a pure niacin supplement at TSC but they didn't have what I was looking for. Instead settled with a vitamin and electrolyte powder supplement. I don't know if this is enough (especially for "Scooter") but I don't want to give them the wrong thing and make this worse. Any advice? He seems very adamant about trying to walk. I tried to tape his feet but I don't think tape alone is going to help. Compared to the others, his toes are bent and stiff the the knuckles. It's going to be a two-man job and probably going to involve some cardstock or popsicle sticks for extra support. Even then, I'm not sure if they will go completely straight. As far as his legs, I'm at a loss. Sometimes he's spraddle-legged but his legs still lay behind him. Put him in the sink with water deep enough for him to float. Never met a duck who isn't fond of water but he was not pleased. Nevertheless, I figure it's at least one good way to get him off his belly. A literal water therapy. After the first time doing that he's seemed more gung ho about standing. Also have been holding him upright in a normal position and letting him "walk" on his own. Not sure if it will help, but probably going to macgyver a harness to get him off his belly and keep my hands free to help him with his steps for these little walking sessions. Trying to think of everything I can. At the very least, I want him to be able to not constantly be laying down. I didn't intend on having an indoor pet duck, but this little guy has stolen my heart.