Frostbite Amputation

amandamann724

In the Brooder
Oct 18, 2019
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Idaho
I would also love an update. Our Peggy is only a few days into a seemingly similar scenario. Thanks so much for your willingness to share your experience.
 

Camwick

Chirping
Dec 19, 2019
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Northern Ontario, Canada
I am so happy to report he is doing amazingly well. The “danglers” are off and he has adapted to his new “feet” beautifully. He walks and roosts with almost no difficulty at all. His wounds are continuing to heal nicely. He is back amongst the flock and seems unaffected. I am so relieved we didn’t assume the worst and end him. I owe you all a very genuine thank you. I will add pictures of him on the roost and his feet in the morning when the sun comes up. :)
 

Eggcessive

Enabler
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8 Years
Apr 3, 2011
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Thanks for the pics. It looks like he might have a couple more toes that might come off. Isn’t is amazing how well he is doing. This is a good thread to document the progression of frostbite. Hoping for continued success and healing. Edited for spelling.
 
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