A friend/fellow BYCer gave me a tiny serama hen because she wasn't doing so well, and I have experience treating wildlife and fowl. I discovered she was completely infested with mites, and treated her with sevin dust. It wasn't my friend's fault or mine, neither of us have mites in our flocks, I think it was pre-existing and because she had been weakened by being shipped to him. I'll be treating her again once ten days have passed since the original treatment. She's already looking a little better after just the few days since being treated, but I was wondering if anyone has tips for helping her to recover faster. I'm thinking of putting some apple cider vinegar in her water, and maybe supplementing her with some vitamins, but I'd love recommendations of which vitamins would be best. Poly-vi-sol? Is there anything else I can do to help her perk up? Her feather quality is poor, and she's just starting to get color back in her face. She still sits there most of the time, and I keep her on an optional heating pad because it's getting a bit chilly where I live and she's just a teensy little girl. I also have a bantam sumatra rooster who is around a year and half now, and yet he still doesn't have a tail! I think I need to boost him with some extra protein. I'd rather not feed him anything with meat in it, though, like cat food, as I just feel wrong doing that... Suggestions?