Yesterday morning when I woke up and went outside to start my normal routine, my male Pekin duck Fella came to greet me at the fence covered in blood. He looked like he had committed a murder. (maybe cause he is white duck and red stands out on white) In the pen I also had a female mallard laying on eggs, which I found 5 of 19 eggs broken open and smashed around the pen, and the carcass of the mallard outside the pen 30 feet away with a broken neck and plucked. Tragic. . I brought fella inside and washed the blood off of him. He seems to have the most damage done to his bill. alot around the edges where it connects to his face. He also has a puncture wound on the back of his head, and what looks like a scrape near his eye. I first treated the wounds with hydrogen peroxide to get any intial dirt and such out of the way since I was unsure how long it had been since the attack. Im assuming around 4am because I heard the dog bark. and I found him around 8 am. I have been treating the wounds with 0.9% sodium chloride, and I have also been neosporin on them (original neosporin without the pain reducer) I have also put a electrolute and vitamin supplement in his water called "Sav-a-chick-electrolyte" He is quacking fine, and drinking normal. I have not seen him eat yet. I plan on keeping him in my bathroom till he gets better. I also noticed he has dried blood inside his nostrils, not sure how to get that out, he is not interested in bathing or cleaning them, I imagine cause it hurts him. I am however worried about infection. Ive dealt with wounded animals before, but not a wounded duck I would like to know what to look for that would hint to me if infection is present. and also what to do if infection IS present. I read about penicillin G procaine injections- should I get that just in case, if so, can I purchase it from an Agway or Tractor Supply? Please, anyone with experience post back. I love my ducky and want him to be alright.