So, I have a neighbor who refuses to keep their dog contained. They know their dog gets out and likes to attack animals because it is trapped in a garage while owners are at work. We have witnessed several attacks and have called animal control who actually came out today. The dog has attacked several cats as well as chicken (all feral). I called all over the state of FL seeking advice only to be directed to another number with no advice. Today I find one of the adult cockerels injured in the street. Dog owning neighbors act surprised every time. Even after they were in my yard on my porch screaming in terror as their dog was mangling an opossum just two weekends ago. The still act surprised when I tell them, your dog got out and mangled community wildlife. After talking to my neighbor about the poor rooster I had to scoop off the street, still alive. I left to find the beautiful white rooster injured too. And then!! I heard a ruckus across the street where one of the most docile roosters attacking another. His head was stuck in a fence but got out and I could see he had been mangled too!! Feathers and blood in neighbors yard by our big shared hedge that the chickens roost in. Feathers and blood up to their front door. They must have seen this poor rooster and just brought their dog inside and left this poor guy freezing and in shock in the street. No consideration!! I brought him inside. He looks really bad, and the two other injured cockerels might not make it cause the others are attacking them because they are bleeding, but too agile to capture. What can I do to help the worst injured? His comb and waddle, eyes and neck are so bloody and swollen. I have him in a box on a heating mat. I gave him water with a meds syringe. His breathing seems obstructed. I can only assume from blood that is dripping down his tiny head. Please help with any advice. Thank you!!