My male and female budgies have been fighting and I noticed the female, Tallulah, hobbling around a couple of days ago, when I inspected her feet I noticed a few tiny bites and her ankle and middle toe are swollen. I've been cleaning it with warm salty water and appliying a bit of antibiotic ointment and keeping her in a small carrier to restrict her movements/keep her from climbing. She is eating & drinking normally and active (she wants out!) hence the mess in the carrier but definitely favoring the foot. There is only one avian vet in the entire state and he's 3 hours away. I have been calling around all morning trying to find someone to treat her but they all say they are booked "at least a month out" and or don't treat birds. I've even consulted with an online avian vet after viewing the photos, he suggested "Please cleanse and disinfect the affected skin twice daily with over the counter chlorhexidine solution in the form of Hibiclens or generics found in your local drug store. This can be ingested safely as well. For analgesia, you can dissolve 1 325 mg adult aspirin in 250 mL (1/2 pint) of drinking water. Make a fresh solution daily." but wouldn't or couldn't say if it was broken or sprained. I read somewhere that if it was broken it would be cold, but it's not. Has anyone seen anything like this before? I honestly don't know what else I can do.