My dog attacked my chickens and brave Rooster Jake valiantly defended his females but was severely injured while doing so. He has lost his tail and some back feathers as well having some pretty deep puncture wounds. He seemed to be in shock and his breathing was raspy, and I was torn between putting him down and in certain situations it is the humane thing to do, but I have to give him a chance. I rinsed his wounds with distilled water, sprayed him down with Bactracin and placed gauze over his wounds. I have him resting in a a tub with a light for heat in our garage. I read on another site that honey could be given for shock so I have been giving him water with a dropper and a couple of drops of honey. If anyone has any other suggestions for what can be done for Jake please let me know. Has anyone else had this problem successfully trained their dog to stop attacking their chickens? I have always heard that you may as well get rid of one or the other if a dog has taken to killing chickens. Any info is apprecaited. Christie B.