This morning my three hens and duck were out grazing in our yard, it is fenced with a 4ft livestock fence but the neighbors 2 large labs found a weak spot and got underneath. When I looked out they had my 2 girls in their mouths! No necks were snapped (Thank God) but we lost a LOT of feathers! And there are some puncture wounds that clotted pretty quickly it looks like. My Easter Egger has the worst of it with her bum completely featherless and some good gashes on her. My golden comet looks significantly better but is acting like she is in shock and my duck is moving, flapping wings but has a gash on her breast and right above her right shoulder. I haven't really closely inspected them for fear of hurting them. My golden comet was limp and from my vantage point we all thought she was dead but upon further inspection my husband declared her to be alive still and in shock. When I approached her she stood up and took a step towards me before closing her eyes and what looked like falling asleep standing there. We bundled all of them back into their coop. My easter egger walked into the coop on her own and nested down in the ducks usual spot, and the duck was waddling back and forth in my fenced in garden area until my husband picked her up and put her in the coop. I have put up plastic sheeting to keep rain off the floor in case the girls could not get to the box above. and then I put down fresh dry straw and clean water with a packet of commercial electrolyte and vitamin mix. The two that were hit the worst did get into their box (the worst one got up there on her own) and have laid down together in there. We did hit Tractor Supply and picked up tetracyclene (my spelling is atrocious) antibiotics to add to their water as well as vetricyn (my spelling is so off) to clean wounds with, but all I have done so far is put the electrolytes in their water. My brother in laws are reassuring me that chickens are hearty and the main concern now would be infection. Should I leave them all down in the coop or bring them inside? Has anyone had experience with antibiotics in water or the wound wash? Any suggestions to improve their chances would be so appreciated! The plan right now is to minimize stress and call our vet first thing in the morning.