Hey guys, it has been a while since I have been on here. However My bulldog pup, 7 months old, got one of my guineas. Didn't kill her but she sure lose huge clumps of feathers all around her neck, her chest and one side of her rear. So lots of skin is exposed! Poor baby! My question is that with the super cold winds and temps coming down out of Canada this week. Should I add a heat lamp to the coop for this period? She seems to be doing fine. It has been snowing steady since the day it happened so they are in for this period. No Blood, or puncture marks on her, the other two guineas are not hurting her. She is eating and drinking fine. I have been giving them lots of alfalfa to help build warmth in the coop and it seems fine up to this point. But without so much of her feathers, I am a bit concerned. I used a heat lamp last winter as they were still young. But that seemed to make them nuerotic with so much "daytime", this year I haven't needed to as the temps have been fairly mild for this area. The temps should be above the 0 (F) mark during the day and below for the nights. Then a nice warm up after that for the next week. Above 32 (F). Also when should I let her come out again. I have the flu, so hubbie is taking care of them so what do we look for if she is not doing well with the temp. changes. Or any of them? Anything else we can do? I feel so bad for her and need to check her out more thoroughly when I can.Not sure how her wings are or if she can fly. Any help will be warmly received!