Sorry If someone gets angry with me for posting this question here but I feel it is an emergency. I have 13 chickens separated into 3 houses. I can not turn them loose due to neighborhood dogs so it is not an option. I live in south Ga and even though my house and neighborhood is high and dry, all my houses are flooded. We had a foot of standing water in them . I spent all last night trenching them out and rolling superswamper tires into the pens so they could be above the water. I have 12 hours before the next batch of rain. Even though the high water is out, I have puddles of water and the ground is saturated. All my chickens are caked with mud and I now have 4 of them in my house...yes in my house! My hubby wanted to throw pine shavings into the houses to soak up the water but I thought it would make it worse. The smell is awful, I don't know what to do. Does anyone have any idea how to battle this? I can not stand my chickens being in such yucky conditions.... Thank you in advice for any help!