Hi, I'm newly registered here, but my mom has been a member for a while already. So we have 7 ducks that we rescued. A month and a half ago, this duck named Sunshine wasn't feeling well, wasn't chatting like the others, was always resting, etc. We knew she had something but didn't know what. At least she was eating and drinking. 2 weeks ago, she lost part of her left foot (2 toes) due to frostbite from the previous place. The part remaining is totally fine, perfectly healed, nothing bleeding. When she lost that part, she totally changed and became a quacking, full of life duck. But the other foot (so the right foot) was all purpleish/blackish and looked dry. I knew that she was going to loose it someday. Well «that day» was yesterday night. She now has only a stump on that part. The part of the leg still on her body is healed. However she has difficulty to move because she's unbalanced. She is still eating and being her quacky self, but I was wondering if somebody has an idea to make her more confortable. I know 3D printed foot exists but maybe there is something a little cheaper that doesn't require a lot of maintenance? Because she is still a scared duck that doesn't like being handle. We live in Quebec, Canada. Yes it is cold, but the ducks live in a «shed» type house with 4 heat lamps because here we had days that the temperature was -40 degrees Celsius this winter.. They have lots of hay, we made sure the floor is always dry so I do not think that she got frostbite from here, well I hope not... Thank you! -Eva.