I have been looking through alot of the posts on frostbite and dubbing. My rooster Hoss first damaged his wattles fighting through the fence with another young roo (who has been thoroughly digested since). But the cold hasn't helped the healing. Here he is today in the tub getting some triple antibiotic ointment treatment. Both wattles are warm to the touch and one was pretty sensitive when I attempted to squeeze in case any pus would come out. They aren't swollen, but are enlarged at the edges where it is black and yellowish. He also has some frostbite issues going on the comb and apparantly around his beak area. I am not sure how old this guy is, but he is at least 2 years old maybe older. I read that dubbing can be stressful to older birds and I would like to avoid that if possible, but I don't want to lose my bird to a systemic infection. I would appreciate ANY advice on a course of action for him.