Last night there was so much rain, the ducks' metal run slid slightly apart, so the door was no longer attached through the latch any more. Of course, Mr Fox made the most of it and managed to get in, made off with one of the Muscovy drakes, dragged him about an acre into the paddock before the guineas woke my dad up and he ran out to save the poor thing. I have some pictures. I'm in shock, it's horrible, especially after his mate has just recovered from being torn up by the same bl**dy fox. He's lying on his back, and he won't put weight on his left leg, but it isn't broken or dislocated, there's a wound which has a really small entry point but looks incredibly deep, I'm not sure on the anatomy of ducks so could it just be the skin and fat that is torn? He's pooped all over his tail, but it is normal Muscovy poop, no blood, and he's been in the coop all day (my parents didn't tell me this morning before school because they didn't want me to worry, they've been trying to get him to drink all day) so hopefully this means there are no internal injuries? There isn't even much blood to be honest. The problem seems to be his neck. It's at a funny angle... It isn't fully mobile, but he can hold his was up slightly and move it a bit... he seems to shake when he moves his head though, like he can physically do it, but it's painful. The skin on his neck looks abraised and discoloured, but not swollen, and there's no blood in his eyes, nose, or inside his beak/throat. He's obviously been dragged by the neck, so could it just be hurt but not broken? I'd appreciate any help, I really would. Thank you in advance guys.