White Leghorn, 1 yr old inside toe on left foot is broken, where nail meets toe it is bent straight up and bleeding, but not gushing shes's standing on the other foot in my bathroom, i gave her a warm bath to clean the foot i have an aspirin solution ready to give her to help with the pain flock mates are another leghorn and Polish pullet broke toe flying down from coop, landed wrong, and started bleeding immediately I've called every vet in the city and county, NO one deals with chickens. Even the parrot vets wouldn't help me. I have thin wooden stir sticks that I can use to splint the foot, but HOW do I do it? I also have some basic First Aid supplies in the house - anti-bacterial piercing cleaner, peroxide, rubbing alcohol, antibacterial cream, etc. How do I know if the nail is too far gone to be saved? How long do I keep her indoors? I have a big wooden hutch that my pet rats live in, they will be relocated shortly and fresh shavings laid down so I can keep her out of the dirt and resting. EDIT - I'm also home alone, so I need to know how to do this solo I'm so worried about my BABY!