Yesterday, my year and a half old duck hurt her leg. I think I saw it happen. The three of them love to jump up the 5 steps onto the deck. Two of them fly down, but Pebbles chose to go back down the steps (not gracefully). Later when I was out splitting firewood, I saw she was sitting down to graze the greens while the other two were wandering around. I managed to catch her, but couldn't tell what was wrong. Thinking immediately of what Amiga would say, I brought her inside and filled a bathtub with warm water and when it drained she seemed to be walking around and preened so I put her back out and fed and penned all of them (it was time). This morning when I went out to let them roam, she was not using the leg at all so I brought her in again and filled the tub. She can use the hurt leg a little but only a little bit. I added some ACV to the water and gave her some peas. These ducks came to me from a very bad situation and therefore do not like to be handled. I think this must have been the first time in her life she was in water deep enough to float. I have to go down to the little nearby town and get some epsom salts and find a better stopper for my tub which isn't holding the water very well. I will look around and see what I can find to soak only her legs in the es. What were the proportions again? When I get back, I get her dried off and see if I can tell any more about the leg. But she is frightened of being handled, and I am doing this alone and have no experience with injuries. I plan to leave her inside in the empty bathtub until I see her using the leg properly. Any other suggestions?