I let the chickens out to free range this morning thinking they wouldn't go far with the 6" of fresh snow we got last night, but no they all went over to pick in the hay by the horses, I'm in the coop fluffing bedding, cleaning water, exct, and I hear a lot of noise an look out. My neighbors dog is chasing the chickens. I run over grab her and tie her to a fence post, get the chickens back in the fence, when I see one of the hens laying in the hay. I go over and pick her up, and her leg is gone, totally gone, just a hole where her leg should be. I have the hen in the basement in a box by the wood stove. Called the neighbor to come get his dog. He's all apologetic and offers to take the dog home and shoot her, the wife is crying, I'm mad, but this never happens. they live almost a mile away and are my closest neighbors, and she is their working stock dog, so I say no, just make sure she stays home, or next time she will be dead. He gives me $20.00 for the hen, but now what do I do with her. Can she live with one leg, or should I cull?