A guest of mine lost control of his dog and it attacked one of our birds. It was heart wrenching. We separated them, the bird is alive but in shock. Her beak is cracked near the corner and a small part of it sticking up--my husband gently pushed it back into place. There is a puncture wound near the beak, and her eye on the opposite side is swollen with the corner puffy. She doesn't seem to be bleeding elsewhere. The yellow stuff is a blood stopping powder, which worked well. She's now separated from the rest of the flock, we put her in the brooder we made when we had chicks earlier this year and moved her inside the house. She's not making any vocalizations, eating or drinking--but it's also only been a half hour or so since the attack at time of posting. She did flap her wings when I last picked her up to take the photo, so I guess those work OK. She is moving her beak funny, opening it but not closing completely. Her nostril is damaged, and sometimes she's making a gurgly sound from it. I'm worried about that, and her beak being damaged most of all. What to do? What can I try to feed her in a while when she gets back from shock? Also, do I need to clean the blood stopping powder out of the wound? What is the best way to clean a bird's wounds like this? Bactine, soap and water? She isn't enjoying being handled right now so I don't want to stress her more than I need to. This is my first time dealing with an attack and injury like this so I'm a bit frazzled. Thanks for any and all advice.