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Limber tail syndrome, or acute caudal myopathy, is a disorder of the muscles in the tail, usually affecting working dogs. An injury occurring mostly in sporting or ...


Limber tail is a very strange-looking condition that you might compare to a sprained ankle. Learn about the dogs that get limber tail and why.


Many dog handlers and even veterinarians have never heard of limber tail. Read on to learn how to recognize, treat and prevent this painful tail injury affecting ...


Swimmer's tail; Cold water tail; Dead tail; Broken tail; Limp tail; Rudder tail; Broken wag. Working dogs and active hunting dogs seem to be at greatest risk for ...


Limber tail syndrome is another name for acute caudal myopathy, a temporary condition where the dog is unable to lift its tail and it hangs down limply.


What does it mean when a dog's tail suddenly goes limp? The condition goes by many names—dead tail, limber tail, swimmer's tail, cold tail, frozen tail, sprained ...


Whole Dog Journal contributor C.C. Holland explains limber tail syndrome; both treatment and why limber tail occurs.


Mar 23, 2016 ... Dog limber tail: also known as swimmer's tail, sprain tail, broken tail, limp tail, etc., is a condition affecting the muscles of the dog's tail.


Acute caudal myopathy, also sometimes called limber tail or swimmer's tail is a condition where the tail of the dog suddenly becomes limp and painfu...