Yesterday I discovered that one of my Blue Andalusian roos had been attacked by the other roos. It must have happened sometime the evening previous or early yesterday morning as he was fine the day before yesterday. I found him sitting by himself on the roost with his head down below roost level. His head and neck were covered with dried blood. I caught him and brought him inside and put him under a lamp to warm him up. He has been sleeping almost continually since then, occasionally waking, standing up, and looking around. He sipped a little water last night, but I haven't been able to get him to drink anything so far today. He hasn't eaten anything, but he did poop. My son said he was standing and flapping very early this morning. He only stands for a few minutes, then he lays back down and goes to sleep, like it's just too much effort for him. The weird thing about this is that he is wheezing when he breathes, it's kind of a wheezy rattling noise, like a little kid with a cold will make. I don't know if he has dried blood up in his nose or if it's something else. I did hear him cough once, I've never heard a chicken cough before. I gave him a dose of penicillin about half an hour ago, then put him back under the lamp. A couple of questions: should I try to wash the dried blood off him? I did try to get it off his face yesterday but he still has a lot on his head and neck feathers and he stinks. Would it be too hard on him right now to try and get the rest of it off? Should I just let him be? I'm afraid of chilling him on top of the injuries. How long does it take before you should start seeing improvement after giving penicillin? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks everyone.