It's Sunday so I can't take my chicken to a vet. I had an issue with them pecking each other due to the person watching my ranch while I was on vacation leaving the overhead instead of the red heat lamp light on for a week straight (grrrrrrrr!) about a month ago, had just about fixed everyone up. This chicken was put back in with other injured chickens about a week ago, two days ago was put back in the flock. She was almost totally healed and only had a tiny scab, and I put the stuff that's supposed to keep them from pecking each other on it. Yesterday I took her back out as she had a clump the size of a golf ball of congealed blood on her hind end. When I cleaned it up there was only her old cut that had mostly healed to a tiny spot that was reopened. The open sore was tiny and not deep. I don't know why she bled so much. I figured she just got pecked at again so I separated her and cleaned her up and figured she would be fine. I did notice her comb was very white instead of red. She isn't eating or drinking though today and is very floppy and she is now making a gurgling sound when she breathes. I can't tell if the injury was a coincidence and she has an illness, if she hemoraged interiorly somehow (maybe got pecked way worse than I can tell from the outside when she laid?) and was susceptible to illness. I did dropper feed her but I noticed the gurgling before that, and I've had to do it a few times now and know to just put it on the tip of their beak. She looks like she is about to die. Vets near me aren't open until tomorrow. Neither are feed stores where I could get antibiotics or something. She is a 7 month old ancona is that makes a difference and was laying fine up until yesterday.