This little one is almost 3 months, I bought her 11/6. It was clear from all the little brown scabs on the bottom of her feet and back of her knees (hocks I think) that she spent the first 2 months in a cage. Those have cleared up, but she is growing to fast, and is now having issues on my kitchen floor like a new hatchling would have. She cannot get traction and her feet are sliding out. This is new, she has not been sliding the past few weeks. I am increasing the niacin and vitamins, and cutting back protein, but in the meantime, can or should I hobble her with an athlete tape type brace to keep her legs from spreading like I would a hatchling? She is a Pekin, and I truly believe this is just because she is growing to fast. I am trying to prevent permanent damage, which is why I wasn't sure about hobbling. I'm open to suggestions to help her get grip too. I'm not sure how to make an athlete tape bootie without limiting movement and spread of foot.