Sorry, I had a thread going, but I really could use some answers and maybe no one was looking at my other one. I am starting to get super nervous about her and worried shes not gonna make it. I just want to do everything I can to help her. Quick rundown. Dog attack sunday night. Punctures everywhere. 1 5 inch tear that didnt reach muscle but still bad. 2 inch tear that was super deep and bloody. Cant walk right either. = Stephanie is such a fighter. She ate 2 eggs shortly after. Washed her out with betadine/water and covered with neosporin. Monday: Brought her to a vet, leg kept collapsing and thought it was broken so didnt know what to do. he didnt think it was broken luckily... But he put a ton on stapes in her, on the 2 large wounds leaving a small opening to drain from. Started her on antibiotics and metacam, both oral medications. She hasnt wanted to eat much now. She is a SUPER picky eater anyways so its been so hard. She did feed/water mixture the second day. Each day she denies food that she attempted the day before. I also cant get her to drink much either. She is barely pooping, just tiny amounts of nothing. What she does eat.... doesnt empty the next morning. It just stays in her crop, along with the medications Im sure. The last two days, I have only let her drink water, take medication, eat softer foods. (Strawberries, watermelon, and greek yogurt has been the only thing she will attempt) I still cant get her to drink water though. I massaged for at least 20 minutes last night. Before I went to bed, everything felt soft and broken up. This morning she had a lump a little smaller than a pingpong ball, all the small soft food packed together. UGHHH She also has ripped out almost all her staples and is picking at the wounds. I cant get her to eat or drink, and if she does it just stays there. For the most part, she is alert and will move around sometimes. Likes to lay on me and get her crop massaged Pleeeease help. I am getting extremely frustrated and upset. I feel so helpless as I do not know what to do!