Hi, Folks -- I'm hoping for some advice on a vague problem. This morning I noticed my orpington cross banty rooster, about two years old, seemed a bit less active and that his comb & wattles seemed "off color", more orange and not the usual bright red. He didn't dash around when I walked closer to check on him and let me corner him, pick him up and examine him more closely (that alone is cause for concern). I don't see anything I can pinpoint as disease - his neck seems okay, eyes are clear but not as snappy bright as usual, vent looks normal, no signs of mites, etc. He does have little black spots and tiny white on his comb/wattles that he's had for at least a year (I read the FAQ section on avian pox). No mucus, no wheezing, just looks puny and paler. Just to be on the safe side, I did isolate him in our secondary pen away from the three chickens but I'm not actually sure how to treat him or how long I should observe him. Does anyone encountered this before or have any ideas of what I might look for? Is there a general vitamin/tonic I might dose him with? I have week old chicks that will be moving into the coop/run area shortly and I do want to be sure that there is no problem in the existing flock. I'll really appreciate any suggestions y'all can come up with! Thanks!