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Date Posted: 20:05:47 09/17/13 Tue
Author: Colleen Ryman
Subject: Re: Injured Pet Chicken
In reply to: D C T -- friendly poultry orthopedist 's message, "Re: Injured Pet Chicken" on 22:02:10 09/16/13 Mon

Pearl was hatched approximately mid June 2013. She and a hatch mate were purchased together. Pearl was the larger of the two. Today Pearl is the smallest. The vet prescribed an antibiotic to use in their water. Nothing else. I have been feeding her separate as she is pushed around by the others. At night she sleeps in the house as she has no meat on her bones.
During the day she is with the others to maintain her identity. Pearl is a happy spirited youg lady and I would rather not put her down. I will try to capture photos and possibly video and send them your way. Thanks for listening to Pearls needs.

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