Several hours ago, a large hawk attacked my Khaki Campbell duck. I chased the hawk off before she could do a lot of damage, but the duck took a beating. She is injured in at least three areas (head, neck, and leg). There are a small to medium gaping wound on her leg under her feathers. It is not large, but it is gaping. I immediately bathed her in Oxine treated water, then put antibiotic ointment gel thickly on her wounds. She is currently in a dog kennel with fresh straw, clean water, fresh feed, and a bowl of scrambled eggs with cheese and ground beef (I wanted her to get a lot of protein). I cannot tell if she has eaten or had water yet. After setting her up in clean surroundings, I had to leave for a meeting. She was alone for about 2 hours. I just got home and checked on her and she was lightly panting and slightly shivering. My concerns are: Could she be in shock, and what is the best way to treat for shock? There are flies around her, how to I best protect her wounds from flies? If I allow her to be in the same area or free-range with the chickens,won't the chickens attack her because she has bloody areas? Thanks for any advice you have.