I posted this video as private, so it won't show up on my channel, but you should be able to get to it with this link. I wanted to show what is wrong with my little pullet, Tophat. It's hard to hold the phone and the chicken at the same time though, so I don't know how helpful it was to make the video. I don't know if you can see but the same leg that is injured is the same side where she broke her toe. I posted a reply in another thread where some people had responded but I was advised to create a new thread, so here is a copy of my message from over there. I have a little Cream Legbar that has just had one problem after another in her short life. She is only about 5 or 6 months old right now. She had a broken toe in November. We brought her in the house for a couple of weeks to recover. When she was able to walk again we put her out in the coop with the rest of the flock. Then in December our dog attacked her (the rooster defended her and got attacked pretty bad too but he is fully recovered now). Her wing was completely exposed and I was worried the others would peck her to death so I kept her in the house longer. After just a few days she started struggling to walk. It quickly digressed to being fully crippled. Now she can't walk at all, she just kicks and flops around and sleeps on her side. She is fully alert though, and she talks to us when we come in the bathroom. We have had the coldest weather I've ever experienced since we moved here to Idaho, and we've had snow on the ground for going on 4 weeks now. I've thought about trying to rehabilitate her with little outings in the greenhouse, but she really can't use her legs. Her right leg especially seems to have something severely wrong with it. It splays out to the side, while her left leg is straight. She doesn't really stand on either one of her legs though. And I realized last week she wasn't eating as much because she couldn't reach the food dish. If we hold her wrapped in a towel she will eat enthusiastically from a bowl in front of her. So I feel awful that she has probably been starving because she can't get to food. I'm trying so hard to save this little pullet but I don't know what to do. How can I tell if her leg is dislocated? I can't afford a $300 vet bill for her right now - my husband would be quick to point out we could buy a lot more chickens for that much money. But she is a life, and I love her, and I want to help her if I can. Does anyone know how I might be able to tell if her leg is dislocated and how to fix it? Would a video help to show what I'm talking about? (For the record, the dog is no longer allowed free run of the yard.) I have noticed that she enjoys being wrapped in a towel and held in my lap. This is how I feed her now, is I bring her to my desk and feed her in a little dish while I hold her in my lap, or my daughter holds her and feeds her.