I left the coop door open overnight late last week and our rooster decided to go for a midnight stroll. He jumped the 5' run fence and then another 6' fence surrounding the neighbors dog. She's an old Jack Russell and after an initial scuffle she realized that he wasn't a threat and left him alone. Unfortunately he was bruised up enough that he couldn't get back out on his own and was returned to us by the neighbor the following morning while I was at work. He has one bruised leg which he is already walking on. His rear end is punctured in a couple of places and that is where the smell is coming from. The day we got him back he got a warm bath in Epsom salts, was thoroughly dried, had his feathers trimmed so we could check his wounds and was then treated with hydrogen peroxide (he was NOT a fan), then dried and treated with betadine to help stop any infection. He seemed to be doing well. Last night my wife went outside to tell him goodnight and check on him and she reported his odor. I went and brought him in the house and his rear end smells like rotting meat. We did a flush and irrigate with sterile water, dried him off, peroxide then q-tips ro spot clean and betadine to finish. This morning he looks better but the smell is still there. We could see no sign of infection when we looked. Any advice on further treatment steps? Do we remove all the feathers around the wounds so that some air can get in there?