Well, we were priding ourselves in a small way that none of our chickens have died from anything. Well, one of our chickens(of course our favorite one), got out of the run. Our dog, unfortunately, broke his chain and attacked her. I heard a squabbling, and I ran out and found her lying on her stomach, and our Siberian Husky three feet away, just staring at her. My dad ran out and got him, and hen our chicken, who we call Crooked Beak, ran as fast as her little limp could carry her, to me. I reached for her, and I see multiple puncture wounds. When her feathers exploded out of her body, I think he stopped. Or it was an instinctual thing, and after he did it, he stopped. Nonetheless, his first bite was hard. The puncture wounds look pretty deep, not too deep. Not deep enough for a fatal bite.
However, now I face a problem. She may go into shock, and those wounds need to be tended to, tomorrow. She cannot stand, and she is in pain. We put her in a small crate with some food, water, and grass. I also covered her up, so she is in a dim area, and as quite as it can be. Is there anything else I can do for her first night? I just need her to get past the shock first. She started panting and heaving at first, but it has been about half an hour, and her breathing seems normal now. Does agony contribute to shock? And how can I help her pain?
And then, for tomorrow, what should I get for her wounds? Neosporin, hydrogen peroxide the first few flushes, and then what else?