I am new to this site and new to chickens, but have fallen in love with my girls. I have free ranged a dozen pullets and 3 guineas all summer and just recently have acquired stray dog attacks. I've lost 2 guineas and 2 of my beautiful girls. Who knew the devastation you could feel??!! I currently have them fenced in, but apparently now there is a stray dog that is charging into the fence causing them to freak and fly. He doesn't kill them, just chases and grabs. I've avidly read everything here and a couple of other sites regarding wound management and this evening visited Tractor Supply for electolytes, antibiotics and wound care. As of 2 hours ago, I have 3 girls in my "ICU" - a Barred Rock and 2 RIR, bitten but bleeding has stopped, lots of feather loss, but they are standing, eating mashed egg yolks and some chick starter and drinking "Vitamin and Electrolyte" solution. They are isolated in a separate cage to avoid others pecking their wounds, but still in henhouse with rest of 'family' - I hesitate to totally isolate them, they have been together since 1 day old chicks the middle of May. I read that they should be kept warm, but am not sure that I need to provide more heat in 95 degree weather... Purchased Tetramycin but have no idea how to dose. I read in another injury post that someone on here has a chart of medications and the dosages broken down for poultry. I sure could use it - and any other help you may to offer. I was hoping to have beautiful fresh eggs around October but things aren't looking good. I'm borrowing a shotgun tomorrow to take care of the main problem... Thanks!!