This was not what I had in mind as an introduction but I sure could use your help. I live in South Wester Ontario and it's been a really mild winter for the most part. We had a sudden huge cold snap on Sat night and some of my roosters got frost bitten. Unfortunately one of my favorite guys was actually frozen. It didnt look too bad the next day just a bit discolored. We moved him and the other single comb roos into a different and warmer area and this morning I noticed his comb is a lot worse. It's blistered and turning ugly colors, I really am worried and don't know what to do. I have an antibiotic ointment that I have for the dogs which I used on a hen that escaped a hawk with great success, I slathered it on his comb. I also put superbooser in his water and seperated him from the others. This is what I used. Fuciderm gel active ingredients Fusidis Acid 0.5% Betamenthasone 0.1% It's listed as a topical antiviotic/Corticosteroid Now I'm worried that I did the wrong thing. I dug around in the dogs med kit and found some polysporin but I don't know if I should wash his comb and then put it on or leave it alone.