Hoping to get some advice on 2 issues I have that both involve each other.... Small flock consisting of 4 hens... two Barred Rocks & two Silver Laced Wyandotte's. A few weeks ago we had a heat wave roll through with temps in the 90's with high humidity & dew points. We had 2 large fans blowing on opposite ends of the coop/run, water changed twice a day, shade & frozen water bottles available but unfortunately one of our Barred Rocks suffered what we believe to be heat stroke. Her legs are paralyzed but she is still laying an egg every day, eating, drinking & showing signs of strong survival! She can walk baby steps by furiously flapping her wings or by doing an "army crawl" with her wings. After the heat stroke we brought her inside our house (AIR CONDITIONED) in a soft sided dog kennel with access to food & water during the day & at night we would bring her back out to the coop so she could be with her sisters. With cooler temps we decided to move her back out to the coop/run full time & since then one of our Wyandotte's has started to be a real bully. She attacks our heat stroke patient in her face & doesn't let her get to the food/water. She has also pecked our other Wyandotte completely bald/bloody on her back right above her tail feathers. We have since put blue-kote on her wound & set her up with a fancy "saddle" to avoid any more injury. Today I put the bully Wyandotte in a dog crate by the coop/run to avoid further injury to our other three chickens. Should I move her completely away from the other chickens? I'm wondering if anyone else has experience with either of these two issues they can pass along to me!? Thanks for the help!