Sweet chicken was viciously attacked 2 days ago. A large lab/chow looking dog ripped into her cage, drug her 60 feet into the street and attacked her. By some miracle, she got away and found a safe haven 100 feet away under a car (evidently too low to the ground for the dog to fit under). Combine that with the fact that my neighbor saw the dog with feathers covering its face and neck and chased the dog away with a hammer in hand. What a scene! To the point. She came out from under the car when I arrived home. She hobbled out looking very scared and beaten. She had a hole (big dog tooth size) in her back, behind her wing. It has now shut with twice a day application of antibiotic cream. I put her in a cat cage in my basement and have kept a light for warmth, food, water, treats, etc. in close reach. Today I took her outside to see if she would walk, because she has had not interest in movement for the past 2 days. She is hobbling. Her right leg is injured and I can't tell where. The foot looks ok, and nothing is visibly broken. But she holds the foot up, then limps on it to move forward. I almost think the injury is up toward her hip area (or whatever you call it in chicken anatomy). She tried to jump up on a ladder that leads to her roost to no avail. She fell after 2 attempts, so I put her back into the cage to keep her still in hopes of a better chance at healing. Anyone know how I can do a physical check to find out where/what her pain is? What reaction should I get? what would a break or out of socket injury feel like. I'm 9 months in to urban farming. Any advice will help Sweet Chicken!