My buff orpington, Bojangles, likes to go in the garage when I let them out. Even if I shut the back door, she still works her way around the front so she can get in the front door, which we always leave open for personal reasons. Today, when I was putting her away, I found her in the garage and she was opening her mouth in a wierd way. I didn't give it a second thought, and I picked her up to take her back to the coop. She started shaking her head and making very strange noises. I looked at her and I saw one of those red fishing hooks coming out of her mouth!!!! It wasn't peircing her or anything, just hooked around her cheek. I gently pulled on it, and it came out, but it woulnd't come out of her mouth. I tugged a little harder thinking she wanted to swallow it and not let it go, but then i saw something green at the end of it. At first, I thought, OMG, my chicken has worms and I'm pulling it out, and i pulled a little faster. I thought she might be choking, so I pulled it all the way out quickly, but gently. After it was in my hand, I discovered that it wasn't a worm at all, but one of those long plastic frog fishing lures! I'm afraid I might have hurt her by pulling it out. Do you guys think she will be alright? How can I keep her away from the dangerous garage? I wasn't sure if I should have posted this in the managing your flock, feeding and watering, or emergencies sections. Sorry if I'm in the wrong spot.