Pullet with lame leg

Mvywheels

Chirping
Jul 18, 2018
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Martha’s Vineyard, Ma
Noticed one of me speckled Sussex hobbling around, its been 5 days since it doesn’t seem to be getting worse or all that much better. She does seem more active, but it’s almost like it’s completely lame. I’ve checked for Bumblefoot an haven’t seen any signs of that or Mareks. I’m almost wondering if she had a hard landing or got in a tussle.
 

Cream and Bob

Chirping
Aug 28, 2019
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use a popsicle stick with vet rap to hold it on the leg here use gause underneath the popsicle stick to keep it from rubbing make sure she can still move her leg.
 

Chelsa'sChicks

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Aug 16, 2017
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If you splint be careful you don't accidentally make a tunicate. Check the toes for color and warmth. If they are blue/purple/ or dark red and toes are cold its too tight.
 

Mvywheels

Chirping
Jul 18, 2018
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Martha’s Vineyard, Ma
If you splint be careful you don't accidentally make a tunicate. Check the toes for color and warmth. If they are blue/purple/ or dark red and toes are cold its too tight.
. Exactly the same as other foot/leg she kicked it a bit when I picked her up just seems super lazy etc. I did separate her from the flock cause they started to pick on her quite a bit.
 

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