One of our dogs nipped one of our hens, she's 9 months old and a Buff Orpington. She weighs around 7 pounds. The wound is not bad, a very small puncture if anything that we cleaned out with hydrogen peroxide. She broke quite a few feathers and they had been falling out. The major problem is her wing, it's hanging down farther than normal when she tucks it. But we can move it for her without any pain and she can extend it and fly. I think it may be because the puncture between her wings, so putting it in the normal position may hurt her. Should we tape it in its normal position? Or can she leave it how it is? Her behavior is off too, just standing a lot and not moving very much. She is eating and drinking, and we gave her a quarter of a baby aspirin pill disolved in water. We are keeping her in a dog kennel inside at night, and letting her free range alone during the day so the other chickens don't hurt her. She doesn't seem to have much interest in walking around, she just stands or sits in one spot. Her stool is normal with no blood, and she doesn't have much bruising. Since the wound isn't bleeding or opened at all, we dont think the $100+ vet visit is necessary, but we will take her if it gets worse. Should we cover her wound and put antibiotic ointment on it? Does she need more aspirin? We also have livestock penicillin, we just need to know the dosage and if we should give it to her before she appears infected? How long will her recovery time be and how long do we have to isolate her? Will we need to discard her eggs, if so, for how long? Please help us! We really want to nurse her back to health!