One of our pekins was attacked by a fox Friday night. There isn't a vet in our town who will treat a duck. Thanks to you all, we found lots of useful information here on how to treat her for shock and how to dress her wounds. We weren't sure she'd make it through the night, but she's able to stand, walk, drink, and has eaten a little (bananas and yogurt). Her worst injury is to her neck, where we guess the fox grabbed her and probably shook her. She's still weak, but can quack and move her neck to drink. She's holding it in a drawn position, but she will extend it to drink and lay down. We brought her inside in a dog crate filled with straw. We treat the wounds daily by irrigating them with Chlorhex, drying them, Neosporin and Blu-Kote. I've also given her an injection of Penicillin (Thanks for the resource, casportpony!) and will continue for three days. We're giving her electrolytes in her water. How long is it safe to give her the vitamins/electrolytes? Her mouth seems dry and I worry about dehydration. I'm also worried about her neck. I don't know how we'd know if there's something broken or permanently damaged. How long before we should expect to see improvement?