Hello all, unfortunately my first post here is for an emergency. Any help would be greatly appreciated! I have a young (approx 2 years old) male turkey that is very tame and friendly. He was attacked sometime Tuesday morning by a bunch of wild turkeys. They tore out most of the feathers and skin on his back, most of his tail, and some on his neck as well. The section on his back is the most troubling. It is about 12" long from the base of his tail up and at least 8" across. The entire area is open and bloody, with what I suppose to be muscle exposed. When I saw his wound I couldn't believe he was still alive. There is no avian vet nearby but we took him to our regular vet anyway. He prescribed oral antibiotics and an iodine solution to be sprayed directly on the wound. He is at home now and we have him enclosed in a horse stall with a heat lamp in one corner as he seemed cold earlier. He never seemed shocky. He stands, lies down, eats, drinks, and poops. Is there anything else I can do for now? Thanks in advance to anyone who may be able to help.