After crisis unfolded at our house on Thursday, involving an undetected hole, escaped chickens, and dogs that "just wanted to play", I have a hen I'm trying to save. When we arrived home to the mess (THURS), she was still standing, with both eyes shut tight, and blood around her ears/comb. After cleaning her up, she has no other external injuries other that those on her head. He comb has a small separation that I looks like its down to the bone, however is stopped bleeding almost immediately and is only a small separations. That night she was brought into the house, given her own crate, and I started pushing some electrolytes and antibiotic with water, which sh'es allowed me to give her with a dropper. Her ears appear to have no external damage, and I believe the blood is coming from inside her head. (SAT MORNING) One of her eyes has opened, and on that side, her ear is still oozing blood. The other side has stopped bleeding, but that eye is still shut tight. I can open it gently with my finger, and it's still in there, but can't tell if it's reactive or not. Still giving her water, and a little food mixture of yolk, yogurt, and honey. Not a lot, but she has pooped once a day, runny, but expected with just water. (MON) Little hen laid an egg today, to my relief, as her being egg bound was a big worry. She stands, circles her crate, looks around with her one open eye (although I think her vision out of that eye is still shotty) but does not appear to be eating/drinking on her own. Today she REFUSED to let me feed/water her with dropper, and fought me pretty hard on that. I'm at a loss, as I don't know what else to do for her. I'll gladly dropper feed her as long as it takes, but I can't force her. My next option, if she continues to refuse my feed/water help, is to make her a place in the feed shed where she can move around and (under close supervision) interact with her flock, and have access to food and water... other than that, I don't know how to help her. Any advice/wisdom is appreciated.