My flock was attacked by what I think is a juvenile red-tailed hawk. Everyone was quite frightened, but he only managed to injure one pullet. That pullet, Viva, had her side ripped open just under her wing, kind of in the armpit I guess. It was about 3 to 4 inches long and probably a good part of an inch deep. I could see a rib. She was in shock, but it wasn't bleeding much, wasn't dirty and didn't seem to have damaged any vitals. She's alive and somewhat spunky, so I cleaned it up with Colloidal Silver and then stitched the skin together the best I could. I put triple anti-biotic ointment on some gauze and then wrapped that gauze on her. She's now in a bunny kennel inside the house where she'll be warm with water available. I don't have a poultry-knowledgable vet nearby, so I do what I can and when it looks too bad I put my animals down myself. So, what I'm asking here is, any suggestions on how to better take care of Viva? Have I done everything I can, or have I missed something? I'll take some pictures tomorrow when I change her dressings and post them for consideration.