It's been two weeks ago that my dog decided to rip the wing off one of my ducks. We discovered the attack probably within 15 minutes, although it took us about an hour to lure her off the pond. When we realized what had happened, it was a cold night, and you could see she was bloody on her right side, but she was still swimming with the flock and she would even come up to eat (our ploy to try to catch her and at least get her in the house). We did catch her, and we kept her in the house, out of the cold, with food and water, and peace and quiet. She seems to have mended just fine, as far as we can tell. We even let her take a bath in the bathtub Tues night for the first time. We could see where she has scarred over in a couple of spots. There are also two stubs, for lack of a better word, that could have been sockets? but they don't seem oozy or anything. My question is, I don't believe the entire wing will grow back. She doesn't seem to have lost her balance. Are we out of the woods? We named her Grace and I think it is amazing that shedidn't die the first night! I'm not ready to turn her back out on the pond, but I am wondering what WILL grow back? Will she have enough feathers for when it turns cold later in the year to protect herself? Will she compensate in some way for the lost wing? Much thanks for any feedback!