I have a neighbor who is moving due to health and being less mobile and he just gave me his two geese. The female has been limping badly for the last week according to him. When I have seen her in the past she looked and walked fine. Here is some info: She can get around by hopping on her good leg and using her wings to balance. I haven't had a chance yet to examine her but just looking at her I can say that her toes are curled up and the leg won't take any weight. He did have a pond for her which she has been soaking in according to him. She is eating. The foot didn't look swollen from a quick glance so I don't think its bumble foot. She is an "older" goose. She is of unknown breed but looks possibly Embden to me. I haven't seen her up real close yet so can't say on a lot of it. For tonight I was thinking starting her off on aspirin then checking her leg tomorrow when she should be in less pain. What should I be checking for other then heat and bumble foot? I do have some Terra Vet if she is actually sick from something like infection. I am hoping rest and soaking and aspirin will do the most till I can figure out what is really wrong. Sort of short on money and don't know of any avian vets here anyway so that is out. I will have her and her gander confined pretty well tonight fenced off from my geese. The coop she will be in will have feed and a kiddie pond for her with the aspirin. Anything I am missing? Suggestions? What to check tomorrow?