I have a 10 month old Buff Orpington who has been very healthy so far. Today, I found her laying in the rocks by her coop unable to get up-she appeard to be dead. Her breathing is labored and she was covered in biting ants-focused around her cloaca. She has access to water and food and her coop mate is apparently healthy. After washing all the ants off, I could see that the skin around her cloaca is red and has scattered erosions/bites. One of her legs looks like it has some abrasions on it but hard to tell if from the ants. No other signs of trauma. She is unable to stand and her right leg seems to be weaker than her left when placed to stand. Her diet is pellet with free access to water. We live in AZ, so it is hot but it has been much cooler lately (mid-90s). Her feces has been normal but I have not seen it for several days since we were out of town-a house sitter checked that she was healthy yesterday morning. I moved her inside where it is cooler, applied Boudroux's Butt Paste to her irritated skin and have been trying so slowly syringe feed her water. I found her approximately 6 hours ago and she seems slightly better but has no interest in eating or drinking. I am considering tube feeding her a mix of pellets, rice protein powder and a bit of agave syrup. I plan to call a veterinarian tomorrow, although I only know of veterinarians that do exotic medicine. I would appreciate any thoughts, advice, tips and especially would love any Phoenix metro folks if they could recommend a chicken vet. Thanks in advance.