Sorry if this is already answered somewhere else, but the sheer volume of posts made it very difficult to sort through all the threads! About 6 weeks ago I had 5 black sex linked five week old pullets attacked by my St. Bernard (he literally broke his way into the coop and crushed them by jumping up and down on them). 1 survived with a broken wing and abrasions. I called my dad, who came over and set her wing/taped it up, used something I think Wound Kote? on the abrasions. I promptly rehomed the St. B, I just couldn't handle having a 150+ lb dog who would do what he did (yes, I know he's a dog and they have instincts, but this required planning and brute force, and I had to choke him off the remaining pullet... difficult when he weighs more than I do). I named the survivor Lucky. She really IS lucky too... since my dad knows what he's doing when setting bones, her wing healed cleanly and she can flap, mantle, and fly. However, she's cooped by herself. I have 4 other 4 week old pullets (I don't know what they are yet, I'm not good with identifying breeds... from a MPC rainbow pullet box). I've had them since they were shipped (they mailed on a Monday, got them on Wednesday, it'll be 4 weeks ago tomorrow), so I don't have to worry about quarantine. Will I be making a big mistake if I put them in her coop?