Just noticed a drop of blood on the doorstep of the ChickArena as my cream legbar stepped out for the day. Am in the house gathering stuff to clean and treat it and bandage it. I'll bring her indoors to bath it in a basin of warm water and epsom salts. Will then be able to see the wound and find out if it's a new, clean, open cut or an old infected bumblefoot scab that's been loosened. If it's a bumble, I'll try to tease it out. Am planning to then dab it with hydrogen peroxide, then rinse it with warm water, then spray it with Vetericyn VF. Before I then cover it with a clean gauze pad and wrap it, I'd like to coat the wound with a bit of "Triple Antibiotic Ointment Plus". The box says it's a first aid antibiotic/pain relieving ointment. I know that pain relief items with a "...caine" suffix are not safe for chickens. But reading the active ingredients, I don't see where the pain relief agent is. The active ingredients are listed as, Bacitracin 500 units, Neomycin 3.5 mg, Polymyxin B 10,000 units, and Pramoxine hydrochloride 10 mg. Only inactive ingredient is Petrolatum. Is "Triple Antibiotic Ointment Plus" safe to use on chicken's foot wound?