We have a six month old buff rock. When we moved her out with the rest of the flock to the newly built coop, the next day I found her with blood all over her, coming to realize that the tip of left most toe on her left foot was off, and bleeding. Not sure what she caught it on or how it happened. This was about five weeks ago or so. We immediately quarantined her and used Bluekote, and wrapped it. Naturally she pecked at it, but everything was going relatively well. After about a week or so, we reintroduced her to the flock. Again naturally the rest were pecking at her new piece of clothing. Since then we've been battling with the bandage coming off and her pecking at it. We would redress it cleaning it with alcohol pads instead of Bluekote, thinking that the Bluekote was attracting the others to peck at it. So over the weekend, she got the latest bandage off, and wasn't seeming to peck at the scab. Left it over night and the next day uncovered to air dry, just fine. Then we noticed it was picked and raw again. So we cleaned the wound with water and dipped the toe tip in Bluekote and applied Neosporin (saw to use it from another post) to the wound. Just this evening, her foot seems to be swelling. I'm wondering if it's from the Neosporin? Is it infected? Should we not use Neosporin at all? Should we not use alcohol pads? What else can we do? If it is infected, any recommendations on what to do? Why isn't it healing? Just to add we are using yellow vet wrap along with non-stick gauze.