A friend had the majority of her flock, which lived in the country with little daily care, decimated by predators. She asked if I'd take in her two remaining ladies - a buff orpington and a leghorn - and being the sucker for critters that I am I said "yes". I have a small flock of 4 backyard city-dwellers already that are just over a year old and all are happy, healthy and spoiled. I've quarantined the new ladies and am afraid that they have scaly leg. Also - the buff has messy vent feathers, but her poop looks normal. I want to make sure to take all precautions so that any health issues the two rescues have are taken care of before I integrate them into my flock. What other health issues do I need to be looking for and how do I take care of them - worms, disease, etc? This isn't how I was planning to expand my flock, but sometimes life doesn't turn out as planned. All suggestions welcome - thanks in advance!