thankfully, not with another dog. It's been a while since he's dug and being that the ground is (supposedly) frozen 27 inches down, I figured he'd be fine outside for THREE minutes alone. But he got himself stuck under the shed for the third time. And I'm home alone with the flu. So while I was digging and thinking about calling the fire department and worrying he was going to suffocate, out pops his face, COVERED in blood, and then it disappears back underneath. I figured he cut himself on a nail in the baseboard or something, until I heard what seriously sounded like a small mountain lion and Milo screaming. I think whatever it was managed to get away and push a wall or dirt between him and the nightmare dog of mine and I managed to grab Milo's back legs and drag him out. Luckily most of the blood came from one small (albeit nasty) puncture wound....looks like whatever it was managed to grab most of Milo's muzzle in it's teeth, he's got other punctures sort of on his cheeks and his eye area is all scratched up. I flushed the dirt out of his eyes and cleaned him off (my bathroom was head to ceiling covered in mud and dirt and blood). I didn't take him to vet because he's vaccinated, the wounds stopped bleeding, and I have some antibiotic left over from a bad flea hot-spot. I don't have money to take him in for non-emergencies...so it's neosporin and TLC. I hope it doesn't abscess... Anyway, wish us healing and STAY OUT OF TROUBLE vibes. PS. Any idea what to do about the fact that I have some sort of probably-mortally injured creature under my shed? Should I just close up Milo's hole and let it die? Will it rot and smell or just be like anything buried?