Saturday evening we came home to birds out of the pasture - something was wrong. I ran over and found feathers everywhere. I was sure birds were dead. A parishioner from the church next door came over to tell us he'd chased off a dog who had managed to get into our fence and chase some birds out and around for a good while. The dog is familiar to us as a local nuisance and chicken-killer. Our missing birds who we'd thought deceased wandered back from their hiding places by sundown, and we were grateful and hopeful that everything was alright, with no complications Sunday. Tonight, Monday, our EE Tori was in the coop hours earlier than normal. She isn't walking or really standing, had an empty crop, and generally seems unwell. She was one of those who got chased out of the fence. No obvious signs of injury besides a little bloody scrape on her comb, but when we put her back in the pasture that night she looked "wrung-necked" - the feathers around her neck were all pushed around. We think that she did what the chickens often do when they freak out about being out of the fence - run directly between the 2 inch spaced metal - until she hurt herself, maybe? She's isolated and has since eaten and pooped a normal poop, but still isn't standing. Her foot grip is strong, though. I gave her some vitamins with a syringe. Is there anything we should do our look out for?