I have a flock of 7 week old chickens that we just moved out of the brooder to an outside chicken tractor this past week. Two nights ago we woke up to a racoon and her gang attacking the tractor. We were lucky enough to catch them early, out of our 12, we only lost 1 and have 1 injured. The injured gal was my runt from the getgo, it appears the coon grabbed her by the leg and appears broken. She has one puncture wound. Immediately that morning I moved her back into the brooder in the unattached garage and turned the heat lamp on her. I put vaseline on her wound and gave her sugar water. Upon further research on the forums yesterday I have ordered triple antiobotic and Vetericyn Hydrogel spray that should be here today. I gave her a boiled egg yesterday and she seems to be a trooper, eating and drinking. With the constant care of the wound I moved her into the house in a dog carrier with an open top. Since she was inside I turned off the heat lamp, I would guess it's about 73-75 inside the house. This morning when I went to treat her wound she was shaking/shivering. Should I turn the heat lamp back on her? I don't want to overheat her either. Or could she be shaking because she's still scared? I am pretty new to this and would appreciate any advice.