I have a one and a half year old rooster who was recently injured by a dog. He had five puncture wounds and was completely defeathered from head to tail on his back. I have been nursing him back to health for about three weeks now. Two days ago I noticed he was not really moving around much and still had a large scab on his back. Yesterday he was again in one place most of the morning. I soaked him in a warm bath with a bit of dawn dishwashing liquid. That is when I peeled back the scab, as it was only attached in one place, and found some infection underneath. I washed the area, gave him 1/4 cc of penicillin and sprayed the area with antiseptic ointment. This morning he is much improved but has left a lot of Kelly green poop. I released him from the cage where we were keeping him isolated and he crowed a few times and immediately hopped off to join the others. Should I be concerned about the super green poop? It is firm with a bit of white but very green. Thank you for any advice!