I have two 1.5 year old hens that survived a predator attack. (We think a dog). One had a hurt eye which seems better now, the other was much worse off and still has a limp and can't fly, but both are eating and drinking, and moving around the yard. (They are now inside our 6.5 ft privacy fence) They both laid eggs the day after the attack, and the next day. But then nothing for the next two days. I know their systems go into shock and it might be a while - but are we looking at a few more days? weeks? months? Do I need to worry about them becoming egg-bound from not laying? They both laid amazingly their first year, probably 6 days a week we got an egg. These were the only two egg layers that survived the attack, and we won't have any pullets at POL until 3-4 months. We just sell our eggs to pay for the bird's feed, so it's not a huge deal, I'm just worried about them not laying if their health is in risk. Hope that made sense. Oh also they don't want to roost anymore, they only want to sleep on the ground. I'm not sure if that's because the one can't get up there, I guess the other one is staying with her?