Only my second day on BYC, and I'm already using the emergency section... oh well. I recently hatched a batch of sizzles, and they're now about three weeks old. I was cleaning out their brooder and decided they would be safe enough sharing a cage with my dwarf rabbit temporarily... big mistake. I heard crying, but thought nothing of since they're still just babies. I came back to find the rabbit had chewed on one of the chick's beak! It's chewed up in two different spots, but it's pretty bad right near the point. If the rabbit had gotten any farther, the tip would have been cut right off! I've been reading up and saw in a blog that someone's chicken had a broken beak that they super-glued back into place. (http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2013/01/repairing-chickens-broken-beak.html) I applied some pain killing/antibiotic ointment to the little fella's beak, but what else can I do to help him? Should I try the super glue, even though he's so little? Will his beak heal on its own without me doing anything? Is he safe to go back in the brooder with his friends. Should I change his diet to suit his injury, or is he okay eating his usual chick starter? I will post some pictures soon! EDIT Picture! Here's a picture of the little guy! As you can see (kind of.. I don't have the best camera) there's one deep cut going through his little beak. It's hanging on there, but just barely. When I apply ointment, the very tip wiggle just slightly. The rabbit also got one of his toes, but that's not as concerning to me. Other than his beak causing some slight pain, he is drinking pretty normally. I haven't tried feeding him yet. He's active and chirps his little head off. Also, I promise I don't keep the babies outside! The lighting in my home is just awful!