Yesterday two of our sheep (who were separated from the rest at the time), were attacked by a large dog. We pulled them out of the holes they were hiding in and brought them down to be with the others, which seem to perk them up. At first they certainly seemed in shock, normally we can't even catch them let alone handle them. The female has many lacerations on one back side, lots of wool missing. Both pretty much just look chewed up in places. They are standing with the others now. We are trying to raise nonmedicated sheep, but since this is a special circumstance and these aren't for eating, but breeding we will use antibiotics if needed. How much? I have LA 2000 left from last year- a full bottle. Any other tips? We sort of follow a "natural order" sort of philosophy. But this is the only ram we have, and so would have to buy another if this one is put down. I prefer not to intervene unless absolutely neccesary, if too much is required I'd rather just put them down than make them suffer.