My tiny little bantam rooster's comb has drooped over and is paler than his waddles. 4.5 months old and comb has always been nice perky red. He's about 2/3 the size of the other bantams, including the hen. I thought it was just floppy until it started to get lighter. Last few days he started to breathe heavily, occasionally so heavy that his fancy tail feathers pump up and down. He eats, drinks, and likes to roam around the yard. He's spry enough to be challenging to catch. When the flock o' 4 runs he can't keep up, he's running to catch up. -eyes are bright -beak and nasal look healthy, no mucous. -legs and feet look great. -no sign of injury or being pecked. Flock gets along great. Coop/protected-run at night and part of the day. He gets a minimum of 8 hours to roam with the flock. Organically maintained backyard. Keep the coop, water and feed fresh and dry. He's a sweet little guy, can't stand to be even a few feet away from the other two roosters and hen. Since he was a chick he distressfully chirps when any of the chicks/chickens, himself included, were separated. ('Guaranteed' gals, 3 are roosters and 1 is a hen, but that's another story.) Is there something I can do for him? There aren't any vets in our county that work with chickens, which is odd being that I'm in a ag community. Thanks in advance for advice.