Last week I took a rescue duckling that we’d adopted a week and a half prior to the vet due to a newly developed limp, decreased appetite and stuffy sounding nose (happy to report that today she sounds much less stuffy). Due to Covid I had to wait outside but after running some labs and doing an exam the doctor shared with me that her white cell count was slightly elevated and that she had cracks on her feet which he thinks MAY be, in part at least, why she’s limping. He gave her a shot of doxycycline with another to follow next week depending on outstanding lab results. The thing he doesn’t have a lot of experience with ducks (not many avian vets do around here) so not sure if he’d recognize bumblefoot. I decided she was settled enough today to take a closer look myself and am wondering if this is what she has?