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.
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
Mar 27, 2016 ... Tail injuries are much more common in dogs than cats. Here are some dog tail
injuries and how you can prevent them.
It's a simple fact: dogs wag their tails. The wagging tail is a communication tool in
the canine world, so a dog that doesn't wag his tail is a dog with a problem.
Nov 22, 2008 ... Tail injuries are relatively common in dogs and cats. Tails can be bitten, caught in
doors, stepped on, or even broken. Injured tails tend to droop ...
Your dog's tail is part of his personality, like a person's smile. Injuries range from
minor problems you can treat yourself to emergencies requiring a trip to the ...
Sep 7, 2014 ... Which is why it's called "happy trail" -- because the injury often happens as the
dog wags with a vengeance, like our Remmy here, who runs ...
Aug 11, 2015 ... This article is for you if you are dealing with a 'just happened' dog tail injury in
which the tip of your dog's tail got stuck in a door, and your dog ...
Learn why injury happens, how to give tail first aid and bandage injured puppy
tails, and ways to prevent further problems in this article about dog tail trauma.
Your dog's tail may have an injury -- caught in a door, someone grabbed the tail
or anything that physically pulls on it, causing muscle separation/tearing.