So yesterday, our pekin Fatty was killed by some animal we haven't determined (probably a fox or dog). I found her, alive, in the woods after I saw her white feathers from the house, and whatever grabbed her ran off. It seemed to have trouble carrying her because of her large, heavy size (she was extremely heavy, much more heavy than the cayugas, and very bulky). She had bleeding bite wounds on the back of her neck, lower on her back, and on her chest. The one on her chest was so deep it punctured right to her thoracic cavity. When I found her I didn't see that wound though, and saw only the wounds on her back, which had soaked through a lot of her feathers. She seemed stun and was breathing hard (opening her mouth with every breath), but I assumed she was in shock rather than realizing she had a fatal injury. My first thought was to get her into warm water to wash the injuries so I could treat them... unfortunately, she died just a few minutes after putting her in the tub. There were maybe 3-4 inches of water, and it was all turned red, and there were clots of it in the tub. Obviously nothing could have saved her from that, but in case there is a salvageable injury later on, I would like to know before hand what is best to do. We have wound spray, corn starch (to stop bleeding) and gauze with tape. What else should we keep on hand? When you find an injured duck, what do you do first? Was I wrong to instantly bring her to the water to clean the injuries? Should I have tried something else first (maybe corn starch?) Any advice is appreciated... I sure hope whatever comes back, if it comes back, gets stopped before it kills anything else.