Okay, so last night I had one of my heat lights fall in my coop; landing on 4" of pine shavings. Not sure how long it sat there face down smoldering (15 to 20 min max is my guess), but lucky for me i checked them before I went to bed. The smoke was so thick that it was hard for me to breath. I quickly opened the coop and kicked on a fan. Had it smoke free in less than a couple of minutes; but up here in the rockies it got very cold! I tried to heat the coop back up, but my water was frozen this morning so I know it dropped below freezing. And now my Silver Penciled Roo is wheezing bad on every breath, easily audible from 5-10ft away. His crow also cracks terribly. I haven't seen any sinus discharge. I mixed some Duramycin-10 in the flocks water this morning. What should I do next? Bring the roo inside and keep him warm? Thanks for any advice you have.