One of my 7 month old Pekins ("Clyde" a female) has started to limp. She and her friend ("Bonnie" another Pekin) are virtually inseparable, however Clyde has been lagging behind when walking around in the yard, especially the last 3 or 4 days. Clyde is the slightly bigger of the two Pekins and I figured it was just more weight (but not fat) to move around. Today Clyde is definitely favoring her right leg and either putting little weight on her left leg or just tucking it up like a flamingo... Obvious walking with limp. The limp is not stopping her from walking the yard. I hope she's not walking to keep up with Bonnie who is all over the place. What should I do? Is there something I should be looking for? They are in a raised (2 ft off the ground) coop with chickens so they need to hike up a ramp every night. Although they come right to me and walk with me, both Pekins don't like to be touched like the chickens do so I'm observing this leg behavior without actually touching the leg. They are mostly on rather flat yard grass with some small decorative stones around the patio... or they are in the cornfield next door. Not too uneven terrain here. They are not climbing anything except the coop ramp. Thanks for any input you can give!