My d'uccle has successfully hatched 8 keets over the past 3 days. This morning 3 eggs were still working on hatching but I had to go to a family reunion. When i got back 2 of the eggs had rolled into the water dish. There was little water in it and I had clean rocks in it so the other keets would stay safe, but that little enough was enough to soak into the cracking egg. I pulled the first one out and went for the second--and in that second the first egg disappeared. Turns out my little terrier mix had grabbed it and run with it. We found him on the lawn chewing on the egg with the chick beside it, a blood spot on its head and a bit of yolk sac still attached but breathing. I put the chick and the other wet egg back under mom and checked back an hour later. Both chicks were hatched completely but out of the nest and cold. I immediately took both of them up to the house and under heat lamps. The one who just got wet seems to be doing okay--weak but moving and chirping and he just drank, but the littlest one just lays there, unable to lift his head. He does move a little and peeps some but he is very weak. I out him under a towel that supports his head--but what else can I do? It's late Saturday night so I don't have access to a vet or feed store for any supplements.