Chicken badly attacked please advise
One of our 2 yo free range Buffs was badly attacked while I took my daughter to school this am. Not clear who started it... Now sharing blame among nasty young/hormonal attack guineas and young dog joining in on "game..." Needless to say I arrived home shocked to see what I thought was a dead chicken with serious holes and no skin over most of her back. I was very upset and after locking up dogs, sad and surprised to see her alive (suffering). I poured peroxide over her, wrapped her in layers of towel and put her in our "isolation" rabbit hutch in the sun w/other hens to keep her company in that area 'til my hubby could arrive home. Truthfully I was certain she was about to die any second.
When I realized she wasn't giving up yet I decided I couldn't either. I used dropper to give Pedialyte and applesauce, covered her in (non-steroidal) triple antibiotic and called a vet we used once for our hawk (DH is a licensed falconer). They "off the record" said I could give her some of the hawk's leftover meloxicam pain reliever, but wouldn't advise over the phone (yet agreed the trip there might kill her). I did give .10 cc meloxicam.
So now she's inside, padded/supported with towels, on my counter and I was amazed that she managed to stand up very briefly. Mostly she is still, eyes shut, but every once in a while she opens, moves a bit and "talks." I talk back and continue to try to give her drops of water/applesauce. Sometimes she perks up and swallows well, other times she wants to "sleep" thru it all. Clearly she is fighting death. Are there antibiotic drops I can get her w/out a vet? Please what can I do for her? Thanks in advance for any kind help!