First of all, I will take pictures when it is not snowing out so I won't wreck my camera. Which will hopefully be tomorrow. But in the mean time I would like to know any precautions or treatments I could do for my chicken if he really does have fowlpox. I have read up a lot about it but I thought it would help me out more if I made a board about this and my chickens. I noticed black specks on my rooster on his comb and wattles. And it looks like he has whiteish and blackish specks on his ear lobes. He is a bantam cochin. About 15 weeks old. I'll get a pic of him ASAP. In the meantime can someone please help me out. What can I do to help treat fowl pox? He snuggles with me at night and I've notice little wheezes from him every now and then. Almost like his air way is constricted or something. Is this a sign of the wet form of fowl pox?! I'm so afraid my chickens are going to be hurt! I have my rooster and then 5 other silkie pullets (well they haven't crowed yet). All the same age. So, please, if anyone at all has any info on this please help me out. I'm a first time chicken owner with these chickens and they are very dear to me. What can I do to treat this? Prevent my other chickens from getting this? Is there a chance they could die?? I'm very worried my flock could die from this!! Thanks to anyone that helps me out... I'm a very worried chicken mama right now.