Hey all, been a while since I've posted. Here it is. Ever since the dog attack 3 of my 4 infirmary girls (who by the way have healed wonderfully) will not go out side the house. They refuse to. They act like they are scared to death of Whitey(my white langshan roo). He's always skulking about, just waiting to nail one of them. But the infirmary girls have learned that a roo can't nail them if they get up on the roost. Pretty smart, huh? But they are so adamant about not getting off that roost that they will starve themselves and not drink water at all. I have to go in and coddle them and have rigged a way for them to get to water without getting down on the ground. But I'm more worried about the fact that they won't get out and free range with everyone else. Any ideas on how to get them pryed off that roost for good? And why in the world would they act like this? I have to actually pick them off the roosts take them out to the back 40 to get them some sun and fun. But I have to stand guard for them. If Whitey even gets within 50 ft they near climb me to get to safety. What is the deal? And they are very growly when I go in the house. They are very vocal. Ideas?