Hello everyone! I have a hen that is 3 years and 5 months old (avatar photo). She has been living in my house for 3 years this month. She was in my house for serious rehab and imprinted on me, and never went back outside. Her name is Sunni. Sunni is very bonded with me. She follows me everywhere, she gets excited when I come home from work, she comes running when I call her name, you name it. But today she has been acting very different. I recently went from working first shift for the last year and a half (7a-4p), to working second shift (2p-10p). The change has been hard for Sunni. She's used to watching tv and stuff with me in the evenings, and I haven't always been there. I try to spoil her like crazy when I'm home, and I thought she was doing okay. But today is my day off. I left to go get her more feed, and ran a few other errands. She seemed okay when I left, but I came home and her tail was down and she wasn't at all excited to see me. She didn't even chatter like she normally does when I start talking to her. I took her out of her coop and she was moving very slow. Normally she is full of energy. I immediately ran a warm bath for her and checked inside of her vent for any sign of an egg, and she doesn't appear to be egg bound. There was an egg in her nest box, but I don't know if it was from yesterday or today. Either way, does that pretty much eliminate egg binding? She loved the bath, and the blow dryer, and she perked up a bit. Then she went right back to having her tail down and just stood in one place. I'm wondering if she either injured herself somehow (maybe her tail or a wing?) or if she is just feeling depressed about my being gone in the evenings. She is a very clumsy bird, which is why I wonder about injury. She was attacked by my moms dog a while after she was living in the house, and has been clumsy ever since. So I'm thinking maybe she tried to get up on her roost and fell off, injuring herself. Or I'm thinking she may just be upset by my change of schedule. If she doesn't improve by Monday morning, I am taking her to the vet nearby. I would rather pay to have her looked at and have it be nothing, than try to treat her myself and have it be serious. But either way, I guess I'm just wondering if anyone has any insight or suggestions on what to do for her? She is still interested in treats, and her comb and wattles are normal in color and size, and she still chatters to me a bit. The only thing that appears to be wrong is that she is moving slow and her tail is down quite low. Thanks everyone!