This may be a little long.... So I'm fixing to head up to my mom's (about 50 miles away), and went out to feed before I left. As I turned the corner to where the coop and run were, I saw my Doberman with one of my 5 week old Wyandottes in his mouth! He just tossed it up, and dropped it! Of course, I lost my mind and ran him off, then checked on the chick. She was just sitting there. I picked her up, and thoroughly (sp?) examined her, no holes, no blood, nothing. I went and put her back in the coop and decided to check the rest of the flock. Turns out, I was missing two Silkies and a Polish. Let me tell you, I was livid. I knew I had built an above average coop and run, and the dog never showed interest in the birds before, even when they were in the house and I SHOWED them to him. So I'm pretty hacked at this point. I head over to the lfs and picked up a couple of Dominiques, an Orpington and the only Silkie they have left. Get home, get them settled in the house in their brooder, and hope all is well. My daughter comes in and just casually says, "Mom, there were some chickens out, but I caught them and put them back." I'm thinking that they found a way out of the run, so I go out to check....there are ALL of my critters, just looking at me!!! There was a section of wire that was sort of bent, and I guess the chickens managed to get through there, maybe thought there may be more bugs outside rather than in. And here I was blaming the dog! Maybe he was trying to toss the Wyandotte back IN the run!!! (Highly doubtful, but I would rather THINK that)! So here I am, with MORE chicks (yay!), and all my originals! DH thinks I scammed him!! Sorry it was so long, I just had to tell everyone!! All's well that ends well, I suppose! Keeping a close eye on the one I caught him "playing" with. He's always been such a docile dog, and very well may have been playing, he plays with a 6 week old Rat terrier pup, but still, a dog is a dog is a dog.