Is it okay to give aspirin to a 9 week old buff orpington? If so, what is the correct dosage? The Chicken First Aid Kit (learning center) lists this dosing chart, but I don't know if that's for a full grown chicken? The problem: This morning one of my 9 week old buff orpingtons is limping. She's favoring her right foot and doesn't want to put her weight on it. I've checked her over as thoroughly as I know how and can't find what's wrong. There are no cuts, bruises, scabs, or other visible signs of injury. No bumblefoot. Nothing seems broken. I squeezed and bent all her toes and her leg and she didn't react (didn't appear to have pain). Her toes curl fine and her leg bends find. No swelling anywhere. Nothing feels hot to the touch. She's eating, drinking, and pooping like normal. I put her in sick bay just to let her rest. The only thing I can think of is that she pulled a muscle - maybe in her thigh? I found this online, and giving aspirin seems the most reasonable thing to try? http://www.theartofdoingstuff.com/my-hen-is-limping-how-to-fix-it-a-gimpy-chicken/ I just don't know IF I can give aspirin to a 9 week old, and if so, HOW much to give?