With all the nasty snow we've had, the netting to the outside run collapsed, and today my black ameracauna hen discovered the joys of free ranging... and the dangers of mingling with a border collie. I saw the pile of feathers early this afternoon and thought she was gone (the dog LOVES her poultry!), but early evening my son brought her into the house - amazingly well-off considering, However, she's missing a massive amount of skin on her wing, side and leg. She's got another wound on the back of her head, her skull is exposed, but I've seen birds come back from very similar injuries to that. My main concern... SKINLESS CHICKEN! Top view - wing on the right, bruised back skin, and naked side Under her wing. Nooooo skin! Some punctures on her thigh, not too horribly bad. Back of head/neck. I sprayed/rinsed the spots with betadine, dried them and applied BluKote (which is really purple... its a topical antibiotic and protectant), and have Tetracycline in her water. She's in a straw-filled cat carrier near the coal stove for heat. I have no asprin for pain, only dog and goat drugs... Is tetracycline the drug of choice for wounds like this? I have Tylan50, LA200 and Penicillin in the fridge. I''ve always been amazed at how well chickens heal, but this is a bit extreme. Any help or guidance would be great!