Dog tail injuries are common, and can be quite scary; your dog's tail enjoys a
large amount of blood flow, so a bite wound or other laceration to it can cause a
If there is a bump in her tail but no kink it's likely not dislocated. Did she sustain ...
My dog was at the vet and diagnosed with larangeal paralysis. If blood work ...
Oct 14, 2013 ... Your pet's tail says a lot about his state of mind, but it's also vulnerable to injury.
Dr. Marty Becker explains how to treat dog and cat tail injuries.
Whole Dog Journal contributor C.C. Holland explains limber tail syndrome; both
treatment and why limber tail occurs.
Mar 27, 2012 ... For instance, many dogs use their tails to help them paddle when they ... of the
bones is fractured, or if one or more of the joints is dislocated.
With all these names, you get the idea that something is wrong with the dog's tail.
Quite common in Labs, especially sporting dogs, it looks worse than it is.
Your otherwise healthy dog can't lift his tail all of the way. What happened? Is this
an emergency? Read this FAQ to find out more about this fairly common tail ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Dislocated Dog Tail&v=CC4JM7ebZhk
May 21, 2012 ... Dr. Marc Smith discusses Cold or Limp Tail in dogs.
Ask a vet online today about Dog Broken Bones. ... Sometimes the bone isn't
broken at all, but is pulled out of its socket (dislocation). Fractures ... Broken tails.
I accidentally stepped on her little tail last Friday and dislocated it! My vet took an
x-ray and says there is about an inch or so between her rear ...