I have a rooster that has been battling a very stubborn case of bumblefoot for two months now. He's been in the chicken ER aka my bathroom since. He's kept in a kennel at night but gets free run of the bathroom during the day. However, over the course of this month he has lost a pound. He was always on the small side, but now I can feel his keel now and it's kind of alarming. His appetite and water consumption are good. He's on Nutrena All Flock and gets daily helpings of fruits and veggies. His comb and waddles are bright red. His poop is normal - nothing concerning about the color, consistency or frequency. Is weight loss normal in chickens with bumblefoot? Or in birds that have been confined for awhile? Is there something I should be adding to his diet? (I'm going to have a fecal done in case he has an out-of-control worm/parasite load. I should just do the whole flock.) Regarding his treatment, the vet initially lanced and drained the pus and prescribed a course of Baytril (3 weeks, mixed w/ his water). I've been giving him daily Epsom Salts foot soaks, draining the pus, cleaning the opening with chlorhexidine and packing it with Silver sulfadiazine cream before wrapping it.