i have a duck that was attacked (not sure on this but it was the neighbors dog, could have been trying to play rather then kill but thats besides the point) and is injured but alive. posted here (https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/940370/injured-bird-please-help#post_14426386) but was suggested to post here as well. no vet around so just about any care needs to be done by me. basic info: wound about 1/3 the length of her neck going from left back to halfway around the right side (across the back of the neck) skin is missing but no other visible damage there. jugular and crop are fully exposed (have an oak leaf stuck to the membrane of the crop and doesnt want to come loose). have sprayed the wound down and cleaned it best i could with plain water. neck wound is covered with a large pad slathered with neosporin (and petroleum jelly along the edges to make sure it doesnt stick) and is wrapped with athletic type self adhesive bandage. she is also missing quite a few wing feathers and some tail feathers but no other signs of injury. checked for broken bones and such but except for one wing being a bit sore when extended thats all the damage. she has full control of her wings, legs, and neck still and is able to move without any sign of trouble. she is conscious and acting mostly normal (a bit lethargic, but thats expected from shock). she is indoors, in a box with towels. so she is warm, dry, and there is nothing to get in the wound. how likely is she to survive? anything else i need to do? i know i need to get that leaf out, but im going to see if the neosporin/jelly helps loosen it so i dont do more damage removing it. will the skin regrow over her neck? im not concerned about the feathers, just that the wound closes up.