Butterscotch does look better.
Now that I've calmed down a bit, I wanted to say how glad i am that I had the nustock on hand. I wouldn't have been able to do much for Goldie without it. I live pretty far from anywhere that would have a product I could use. I know I could use an antibiotic ointment, but the nustock works better. It is hard to get some of the ointments to stick to wet flesh.
Nutstock It is a lot like a jar of natural peanut butter where the oil is on top and is runny, and the solid peanut butter part is thick and like a hard paste. So the runny part is good for pouring into a deep wound, or where the skin has been pulled up and separated from the flesh - basically you can pour it so it covers the parts you can't get to. And the thick paste part is good for patting on the big open gashes, and it sticks. WIth dog bites, you don't want to cover the wound with a bandage because you want to keep it open to air and to being able to easily see any developing infection.
Its a southern product (made in tennesee), and I have never seen it here in the north. after I mentioned it to my vet when she was treating my cat, she checked it out and told me later that it has become one of her favorite tools to use on dogs - for all kinds of skin conditions, hot spots, etc. I get it on the internet, and I'm on my third tube.
Anyway, it would make a great xmas present for your self (or for your flock). I would not be without it. Don't I sound like a commercial?
I will be out as soon as it is daylight to see if seaquist shows up, but I am really afraid she was eaten by the danged dog.