I have a two year old Blue Wyandotte rooster who has had a recurring limp for the majority of his life. The first time it happened I checked out his feet and found no swelling, heat, and nothing felt outright broken. Then he got better and I thought nothing of it. Well it happened again, he got better again. Then it happened again, again he got better. He's even earned the name Mr. Limpy because he limps so much. Unfortunately today I noticed he can barely walk. It's like his left leg (the one he always seems to have issues with) is useless and his right leg is fatigued from overcompensating. All he's doing is flopping around. I used to think it was a problem with him jumping down from the roosts and hurting himself but this most recent time he was in a different coop without roosts. He's eating and drinking just fine. He's also feeling good enough to charm the ladies and crow. Any advice on how I can help him or suggestions on what might be wrong with him is appreciated.