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Wounded Hen

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Our little Daisy was attacked by a dog today. She's fine, but we're keeping her separated and watching her closely.

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Sorry to hear that. You are doing the right thing by keeping her separated - particularly if there are any open wounds - her flock mates would likely peck the wound mercilessly.

 

CT

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Sorry to hear that. You are doing the right thing by keeping her separated - particularly if there are any open wounds - her flock mates would likely peck the wound mercilessly.

 

CT

x2. Keep her warm and in a dark place. how bad are the injuries?

I am addicted to Silkies... LUV that fluff. I raise White, Black, Blue,Splash, Partridge, Buff, Cuckoo Silkies and NN's. Member of the American Silkie Bantam Club and NPIP participant # 58-2009-E. 
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I am addicted to Silkies... LUV that fluff. I raise White, Black, Blue,Splash, Partridge, Buff, Cuckoo Silkies and NN's. Member of the American Silkie Bantam Club and NPIP participant # 58-2009-E. 
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