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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limber_tail_syndrome

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 ...

dogsaholic.com/care/dog-broken-tail.html

What are the usual symptoms and causes? What are the common tail injuries? What to do when your dogs' tail is broken? How to take care of dog's broken tale?

www.vetstreet.com/dr-marty-becker/4-injuries-that-can-take-the-wag-out-of-your-pets-tail

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.

healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2016/03/27/pet-tail-injuries.aspx

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.

www.pethealthnetwork.com/dog-health/dog-diseases-conditions-a-z/limber-tail-syndrome-why-my-dogs-tail-limp

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.

www.vetinfo.com/vets/answers/is-my-dog-tail-dislocated

Did she sustain any trauma to her tail? If there is a bump and a kink it's possible that it is dislocated but some kind of trauma had to happen, as dislocating tail ...

www.vetinfo.com/treating-dog-tail-injuries.html

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 lot ...

vcahospitals.com/know-your-pet/tail-injuries-in-dogs

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.

www.whole-dog-journal.com/issues/8_1/features/Limber-Tail-Syndrome-in-Dogs_15685-1.html

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

www.dogster.com/lifestyle/why-is-my-dogs-tail-kinked

Sep 30, 2008 ... Tails most often become kinked when they are traumatized. If a bone segment in the tail is broken or if two segments are dislocated, the tail ...