We brought home our first chick from the feed store Monday night. She seemed to be fine until yesterday evening when I noticed she wasn't moving right. She had a big piece of pine shaving stuck to her leg with dried poop. I gently wet it down until it easily came off and cleaned her up. But now she's favoring that left leg. She keeps kind of pecking/preening (not sure what she's doing) to it and I've seen her stretch it back several times. Last night the limp was much worse than it is this morning but she's still definitely favoring it. When I pick her up, hold her upside down and touch her good foot, the toes curl around my finger. She doesn't do that with the left foot. Also, the left foot is sticking out to the side ever so slightly. Is there anything to do? Should I be binding it somehow? At first I thought maybe it was a slipped tendon but would she be able to walk seemingly normally for a short distance and then start favoring it again if that was the case? Thanks in advance for any help.