My neighbor's dog got into my yard this morning and gave one of my hens a pretty good thrashing. At first I thought he had eaten her, but upon taking a walk around later, I found her laying in the street not far from my house. She was laying down mainly because she was lost and scared, and when I tried to catch her it was no easy task. I gave her a good looking over, and she has no broken bones or deep punctures. Most of the feathers on her back have been torn out. On her left side, she has a cut that broke skin, went through the fatty layer on her rump, and just barely got the muscle at the end of the cut. I applied Neosporin to this cut (the kind with no drugs in it ending with "cain"). Her right rear has had a lot of skin torn off. There is probably about 4 square inches of muscle exposed, with the skin mostly torn away. I covered this entire wound with neosporin as well. She is not really bleeding, and none of her wounds are deep. The worst I think is the large patch of missing skin. That's as far as I have made it in my doctoring. This particular chicken really, REALLY hates being handled, so just getting the neosporin on her was quite the chore (easier in part thanks to all those who have described how to make a towel burrito!!). She is now back out with the other chickens in the yard. She is getting around just fine, is not limping or favoring anything. She is active, and from a distance you can't tell she's injured. To my questions: Her wounds are treated but still open. I didn't have any gauze, and didn't know if it would stay on her anyway. The other chickens are not messing with her, and she is definitely WAY happier in the yard than in the house with me. She gets really stressed when removed from the flock. Should I be bandaging her and/or quarantining her? Is there anything else I can do for these wounds? It seems like there is a lot of skin missing, and certainly a chunk of it is hanging from the tear. Will this heal? I've heard chicken have amazing healing abilities, and seeing as how she is acting okay, I think she stands a chance of recovery if I do this right. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. THANK YOU!!!!!