NECROTIC TOES. NOT Neurotic! Hahaha! Auto-correct got me again. A couple of weeks ago my rooster got his toes caught in the holes of a brick when it flipped over from his weight. In his panic, he severely injured two toes. We got him through the swelling and thought he was going to be fine, but we've noticed that now the swelling has gone down, his injured toes have shrunk abnormally and turned black. My question is whether or not this necrosis might continue beyond the injured toes, or will the neurotic tissue simply fall off, leaving the remaining healthy tissue untouched? If not, do we amputate the dead tissue? He seems to be fine otherwise...well, except now his walking gait reminds me of the prancing walk of a runway model. He is a high stepper with both feet now.