Someone gave us a (we think) Brahma roo over the weekend. We discovered that he has scaly leg mites, which we're treating successfully. He already looks loads better, and his personality has really blossomed. My question now is how do we care for his feet once they're healthy? We only have black australorps, and this is our first flock, so we have no experience with feather-footed breeds. Also, two of his front toes, one on each foot, have very odd looking claws. They curve up instead of down and look stunted. Could this be from the mites? Is it something we should be concerned about? The first pic is from the day he arrived. The rest are post-bath the next morning. TIA for your help!