So another bobcat made an appearance last night. The coop was pretty darn secure because he had to use some massive strength to get as far as he did. Tore a tiny bit of the wire off the front but not enough to get his paw in even. But he did manage to hurt a couple ducklings trying it. I have one with a small bald patch on her neck so I figure some neosporin (no pain medication) for her to prevent any infection from the pulled fuzz but the second one is more of a problem. Duke has a pretty bad cut on his hip. it is about 2 inches long and I can see in it pretty good. I don't want him to get any kind of flies laying anything in it but I can't get any Wonderdust to dry it up and help it until tonight a little after 6. I washed the cut with a mild soap and put neosprin to hopefully prevent any kind of infection. It is in a very awkward spot so wrapping it really isn't the best option. It is almost right at his hip, we tried wraping it up this morning but he couldn't stand or walk with it on and when we moved it even a bit higher it fell off. Can I put anything on him to keep the flies from getting on it and laying their nasty little eggs? http://www.tractorsupply.com/flys-off-reg-insect-repellent-for-dogs-9-oz--2404242 that is the only thing I have in terms of fly repellent. It works excellent on my dog but I didn't know if just a bit would be ok for my 8 week old duckling.