I've got a 4-week old Welsummer pullet that sustained what I think is a pecking injury. I combined my 3 Welsummers with a recent hatch on Tuesday, all are getting along really well. The chicks I put in with the Wellies hadn't been on shavings yet, and I think that's what may have caused the beginning of the injury - pecking at the little bits of shavings. Please take a look at the pics, tell me if you agree that's what happened or if there might be a different issue going on. First pic is how she looked when I found her with the injury this morning, 2nd pic is the injury cleaned off (almost appears to be a puncture-type wound), and I included another pic of her separated from the others. She's eating/drinking and otherwise seems fine, but crying for her buddies. Oh, I cleaned with Peroxide and a sterile pad, then sprayed with Dr. Naylor's Red Kote (antiseptic spray that also has moisturizing properties). Was this okay to clean/disinfect it? She was pecking at it herself and even had a bloody beak this morning, but she appeared to be leaving it alone when I left for work. Here's hoping she'll leave it alone all day! All feedback is extremely appreciated!!