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Help injured chick 10weeks old

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Hi I am Erika and I have a chick that hot attacked and looked like something bit her on the back almost close to her vent and I need help I don't know if I should put her inside or leave her out side then I thought she died cuz there was a whole thing of feathers on the ground and duckie no were and little man my rooster is 21 weeks old and is leg has no feathers on one leg but he is fine the injury is not that deep but it bled and I don't want duckie to get sick or anything WORSE can u guys help me and we put hydrogen peroxide on it and medical treatment on it and put her back out side in the coop they are sleeping right now but she is standing up in the coop and I don't think she is sleeping help me plzzz:he
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Hi Doom, She will probably be all right. Did this happen in the daytime? You might want to be really observant from in your house, and see if you can spot any animals like coyotes, foxes, even Hawks or large rats, raccoons, squirrels have even tried to get ours. The reason she isn't sleeping is because of stress. She is stressing because she thinks she will get attacked again, and she is scared. She will probably stop laying eggs for a while because of the stress, and it can take a day up to a month for her stress to go away. Ask me if you need anything else.

-Roxy
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1 Buff Orpington Roo, 1 Rhode Island Red Roo, 3 Rhode Island Red Hens, 3 Red Sex Link Hens, 1 Welsummer Hen, 2 Unknown Crossbreed Chicks, 13 Incubating Eggs
7 Dogs, Lotsa Sheep, Bunch O Bunnies
My Secret-Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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post #3 of 4
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She is sleeping and she is healing perfectly and she is alright
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I assumed that she would be fine. It was still a good idea to post the pictures and ask for help though.
1 Buff Orpington Roo, 1 Rhode Island Red Roo, 3 Rhode Island Red Hens, 3 Red Sex Link Hens, 1 Welsummer Hen, 2 Unknown Crossbreed Chicks, 13 Incubating Eggs
7 Dogs, Lotsa Sheep, Bunch O Bunnies
My Secret-Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I Live On A Farm!
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1 Buff Orpington Roo, 1 Rhode Island Red Roo, 3 Rhode Island Red Hens, 3 Red Sex Link Hens, 1 Welsummer Hen, 2 Unknown Crossbreed Chicks, 13 Incubating Eggs
7 Dogs, Lotsa Sheep, Bunch O Bunnies
My Secret-Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I Live On A Farm!
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