I posted 3 weeks back about a guinea with leg (?) injuries. I'm happy to say that after 6 weeks he is back on his feet. After I posted I decided to tape both his hocks and claws. At that point he was still down and could only scoot very awkwardly and pitifully around. The claws only stayed taped for a few days before becoming undone but before that his claws were in the clenched position and he could not open them at all to stand. His hocks are still loosely taped. I did not add any addition support other then some padding on the back of the hocks as he had further injured the area when scooting on his hock joints. Hes been 2 weeks on his feet and keeps making the trip from the house to the barn 500' and wants to be with the others. He can stand and walk but does get wobbly and his legs start shaking. I don't know if he will ever be 100%. Of course the bullies looks like 2 specifically are picking on him. I'm going to have to make a decision regarding reintroduction soon. I am leaving for vacation and he cannot be in his quarantine (it was a dog run I will now need for dog) choices leave with flock and monitor for 3 days (flock is ducks chickens and 9 total guineas) or new quarantine 4' x 2' pen (rabbit hutch). I could also move the pen into the guinea house or yard so they could see and talk to each other but currently the pen is not located near the other housing. I know any move will be stressful for him. I talked to a bird rehabber and she said pen him but I hate to have to ....I think the others are just establishing pecking order again and not trying to kill him as she has suggested they might. Sorry to keep a long story long. Any suggestions ?