Okay, I know she's technically the wrong species for this forum, but....she's poultry, at least! Have charge of a friend's WONDERFUL, personality plus Bourbon Red hen after the (unbutchered...grr) overgrown Broad Breasted Bronze (70 lbs!) tom climbed her...and slipped. Her right side from base of wing to base of tail, from about an inch off the backbone, was literally skinned. By the time the injury was found, the skin had dried and died at the bottom of the damage (doesn't take long) and the wound was to the muscle and infected. A cleaning antiseptic was applied and a dressing put on, then wrapped. The wound was re-cleaned two days later and furzone ointment very liberally applied with another dressing and wrap. The wound is still quite dry (although oiling up with the furazone is helping soften it) and the peeled-off skin is going to have to be cut short soon. While this is a wonderful, loving, and totally spoilt turkey, this is not a one-person job to do! I need some suggestions on how to keep her still so I can raise that wing and work on her wound. Will a hood like is used on falcons keep her more still? As it is, she just walks away when she has had enough and as I have only one arm to use freely, this is not a match made in heaven... Help! thanks, guys, you're awesome! ps..she's not going back until that @%%!! tom is in the freezer, by the way...not doing this again!