My chickens were attacked by dogs yesterday; two of them rather badly. The dogs pulled the feathers off their rear ends and it took the skin with it, you can see muscle and fat underneath. I didn't see any obvious puncture wounds. I soaked the wounds in an epsom salt bath. It has been 36 hours and neither of them has gone into shock. Yesterday they continued to walk around with the flock, eat, drink and run so I let them be until bedtime when I separated them to avoid pecking issues and they were fine all night long. They ate breakfast and drank water. They continued to eat and drink all day like normal (mealworms, grain mix, sunflower seeds, apples, snails and free access to crumbles). I gave them another epsom salt bath today, trimmed feathers away that were sticking to the wounds and put on neosporin (without painkiller). But I have not seen very much poop from either of them. I know Marlene pooped on me yesterday after her bath and Beth pooped on me today after her bath, but I haven't actually seen them doing it otherwise. Both have full crops. They spent the day in their private coop sunbathing and essentially just doing a lot of standing around and perching (there really isn't a ton of room for them to do much else). Marlene even laid an egg though she seemed uncomfortable when she did so and there was a drop of blood on her vent afterwards (and a smear on the egg). Both have pink/red combs and seem fine except for the fact they look god awful. Here is my concern. After I trimmed the feathers their wounds were a bit more noticeable to each other and they did start pecking each other's butts. Beth can reach and peck at the wound on her back so I had to cover that one in gauze. I separated them after that, though tonight they are sleeping together. They were too upset to be alone and in the complete dark they seem to not be pecking. What can I do? I definitely want them to survive and I am worried as it looks so awful. I have to go back to work on Monday and I am worried about leaving them alone. I was locking one inside the coop (3-4 chicken coop) and one inside the attached run and switching them every few hours. That won't be possible when I'm at work and I'll be helpless to stop Beth from eating herself if her gauze comes loose again. I'm wondering if I'm doing enough to keep infection away. I don't see any green, but I do seem some yellow in spots. There is no smell. I was thinking if I could spray bluekote on the wounds it might alleviate some of the pecking issues and also help fight infection. Is it safe to do so? Here is a picture of their butts post bath and neosporin (hence they are wet and shiny).