It's been a while since I've been on the forums, but a recent incident has brought me back here for some much needed advice. Earlier this week, (Sunday to be exact) my husband's aunt was walking our chihuahua like always. She came inside holding her and had told her that she was attacked by a pit bull the next street over. It took me a second to register what she said. We quickly wrapped her in a towel and went downstairs because a neighbor went and got her car (we don't have one) to take us to the emergency vet hospital a few miles away. They couldn't do much since I was between paychecks and only had $40 to my name. But they cleaned her up a bit, wrapped her up (one of the punture wounds wouldn't stop bleeding), gave us some prescriptions and sent us on our way. Her recovery seems okay. She eats/drinks sporadically; only when she feels like it, though. I haven't given her medication since yesterday morning because she was throwing it up yesterday due to her little amounts of eating/drinking. Nothing is really worrying me except that she's really spaced out. She'll just sit there and stare off, if you call her, she'll look at you and wag her tail but that's about it. Is she still in shock, maybe? What can I do to help her?