Hi - looking for help figuring this out My 6 week old lacewing wyandotte is walking funny and has one leg turned outwards, and it slides out in front of her - just like spraddle leg. I was under the impression that I would have seen this sooner and it's not something that develops after 6 weeks. I'm wondering about perosis or a slipped achilles tendon. I'm thinking I should construct a hobble for her anyway, but also, I'm thinking I should maybe give them a supplement in case of perosis? Is there some regular supplement I can give them to address the problem - I'm a little wary of giving them a specific mineral/vitamin as I don't want to accidentally do harm or not supplement the correct deficiency. She also has slightly labored breathing - almost like she's a bit anxious, with her feathers ruffled. Ive had the chicks on newspaper in the brooder and feeding them Homefresh starter - medicated mash, just like I've done with countless chicks before them. Never seen this though.