I have a chicken which has/had bumblefoot on one of her feet. I treated it the way I did successfully in the past with other bumblefoot cases: soaked the foot in Epsom salt water, tried to open the scab, but did not find a core or any pus most likely because I caught it early enough. The wound was covered with a Triple Antibiotic, a sterile pad and vet wrap. In addition I gave her Cephalexin as an Antibiotic for 10 days (last dose yesterday). But here is my dilemma: I am pretty sure that my Epsom soak was way too hot and caused burning to my poor chicken. Stupid me was wearing gloves while treating her, so it did not feel too hot at the beginning, but it sure was. The skin started to blister and peel, the foot was hot for an entire week and today there was also some clear ooze and she holds her leg up a lot. I feel so bad that I did that to her. The foot does not feel that hot anymore, but it oozes, so I have just put Triple Antibiotic on it and separated her again back in my hospital crate. Any other advice on what to do? Because I did not find a core in the bumblefoot, there might be still something going on from that, but most likely the foot problem now was caused by the burn and I am hesitant to open it up again. Sooo mad of myself!!!!