I was wondering if you could help me out a little. Maybe have an idea of what is wrong and what I can do to help...if anything. I had to let all my birds out of their pens due to damages caused by the ice/snow storms that happened here in TN. I rounded all my ducks up today and found out I was missing one of my Khaki drakes. I thought he was gone for good by a predator. Well, he was eventually found out in the middle of the field laying on his back. I couldn't find any actual puncture wounds but it looks like something got him behind his neck and there was a little bit of blood on his feathers. I tried to put him back in with his buddy's and then found out he wouldn't stay up right. I put him down and he would fall sideways. Then when he tried to walk he would roll over to his back and become stuck. I wanted to give him a chance so I brought him home in a cat carrier today (my animals are on a separate property). He was finally laying down upright and started to quack at me when he saw me. Just a minute ago I tried to let him walk. If he kept it slow and I was there to catch him he could take a few steps but as soon as he tried to speed up it was back to his back. Well, he flopped his way over to our pond and got in. I thought I was going to have to save him but he is currently swimming very well. Every once in a while he starts to roll to one side a little but catches himself each time. He will be a year old here in the next month or so and has been happy and healthy the whole time. I'm pretty positive whatever is happening is due to the attack. Do you think it's some sort of psychological trauma? Do you think that giving him swimming therapy time may help him walk in due time? Kind of just looking for thoughts and advice as I don't want to have to put him down but will if necessary. I was only going to give him tonight but he is doing so well swimming I think I might extend that. Any thoughts and ideas on how to help would be great. Thanks!