Our 2 year old roo was attacked by a fox today, probably around 11AM so 8 hours ago, we actually thought we'd lost him because there are so many feathers on the lawn, but tonight when we went down to feed the rest of the animals he was back, albeit with a single tail feather and a very bald butt/tail area. In the area with no feathers we've found a single wound, about 1/2" long, not deep but most definately a "wound" rather than a scrape, the skin is broken and the top layer removed. I suspect its from a tooth as he got away but obviously can't be sure. I did a little looking here and see that baxitrin is bad for chickens and that flushing it with saline is ok (good, I have plenty of that). First of all, is baxitrin the same as bacitracin? The only human first aid cream I have is triple antibiotic with bacitracin, polymyxin B sulfate and Neomycin sulfate. Is this ok or not? In the barn for the horses I also have swat, betadine solution, wonder dust, BluKote and nitro-furazone. Other than cleaning the wound and hugging him (already done until he started squirming) what should I do and not do? Editing to add that he acts perfectly fine, even flying up on the wall and crowing to proclaim his presence to the world. He's always been a very friendly roo so allowing me to hug him is normal behavior for him. Also, reading the emergency guidelines, I plan on treating him myself, I usually do with all my critters unless it's beyond my scope.