It's a long story, but I "rescued" two meat chickens this summer. They did well until they became full grown. The rooster I believe just got too fat too fast, and stopped walking. He walks around on his knees. I've been careful about their diet, but he just can't get up on his feet. The hen I believe may have injured her leg because she was fine until all the sudden one morning she couldn't walk. She gets around VERY little on her knees, but mostly just stays in one place. I want to rehab them if it's possible at all. I have been putting some extra multi-vitamins in their water, and I bought a dog harness that I put them in for about 30 minutes per day, and I hang it so they are lifted off the ground, but their feet just touch. They don't seem to try to put weight on their feet, or use them to walk at all. So, I'm unsure if the walking problem is injury / weight related, or neurological. My question is, does anyone have suggestions of things I can try to help them walk again? I don't feel they have a good quality of life like this, so if I can't get them walking again in a couple weeks, I''ll end it for them. One more piece of background, one of my other chickens was diagnosed with coccidiosis this summer, which we treated her and the flock. A few weeks later, another showed symptoms, so I treated again. They both recovered. I wonder if it's possible I should treat the meat chickens for it again, but more aggressively. They are only about 4 months old. Thanks!!