Last Sunday, June 19th, my freerangeing roos were attacked by stray dogs. One died just after I found him, two of them must have been drug off, I can't find their bodies anywhere. Two survived but got chewed on pretty good before I was able to run outside and stop it. They were all silkies. I cleaned their wounds as best I could and dumped perioxide on them ( I know not to use it more than the one time) and squeezed neosporin without pain into the punctures and wounds. I gave them 4 days worth of injectable pen g and have been smelling the wounds everyday to check for infection. Twice a day I clean the wounds with diluted iodine and this morning I started putting bag balm on the smaller scrapes and cuts but wasn't sure if it would be a good idea to put it on the big gashes. Here is a picture of the worst one, Sherman. He doesn't have much feathers left. Is it ok to put bag balm in his big gashes? He has another big one under a wing. Also both of them will take water with vitamin drops in it if I offer it under their beaks but they have no energy to search for it. I am also having to hand feed them by teaspoon with baby parrot raising poridge several times a day because they won't eat but a little bit at a time. Sherman feels like he has a temperature, he's hot so I make sure he drinks a lot, but he has run the max days of pen g. The wounds smell ok so I don't think they are infected. He is standing up and walking around but he usually has his head on the ground. He got chewed on around the neck so I imagine it is sore. The other roo, Max, just started getting up on his legs yesterday. They are on pallets on the floor in my bathroom at the moment. Both are pooping and they are sleeping a lot. I have to wake them up in between bites of food. I haven't had any this wounded before, I am getting worried that it is almost a week now and not much improvement. Anyone else with similar experience? How long until they could go back to regular food? Anything else I should be doing? Oh, I am mixing yogurt into their poridge.