I had the chicks, 4 and 5 weeks old, out in their temporary outdoor pen this afternoon for some fresh air. They're always supervised outside, and I always have the dogs in the house when the chicks are outdoors. We have four dogs. This afternoon, though, my three-year-old opened the back door to go inside, and ALL the dogs came charging out straight for the chicken pen. Their pen is only a chicken-wire circle held up with posts because I *always* stay out there with them and the dogs are *always* locked up, so it was easy for the dogs to knock over and one of the 5-week-olds got out and all the dogs started chasing her. My sister got the other four birds back inside while I rescued Vanessa, but they caught her before I could. No one shook her or picked her up, but someone did get her with teeth. It's been about 45 minutes. She can turn her head and she's had a little water with some Sav-A-Chick, but she hasn't eaten, she won't stand up, won't flap her wings, she's breathing heavily and chirping LOUDLY whenever she's touched. I have her separated from the others, because they were stepping on her and she does have some bleeding on what looks like a scrape, but no missing feathers. I made sure she's got food and water and a heat source and if she still hasn't had any food or water I'll try to get her to take some water from a dropper and eat some boiled egg. I don't know much about chicken anatomy but I compared her to my other 5-weeker and nothing *appears* out of place, compared to the other chick her age and size. Our regular vet doesn't take chickens and the only vet in town who does is closed. Do I need to call an emergency vet, or should I wait and see if she recovers with a little TLC at home? The dogs are grounded. ALL OF THEM know "sit" and "stay" and "leave it" and "drop it," and not one listened to me today.