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fishin58

Bloody tail??

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My springer/lab has a bloody end of her tail, I think it is raw from wacking stuff and rubbing on the floor. And now she is always licking or chewing at it. I could not find a cut on her until I noticed my pants had blood splashes from her wacking me!

I looked back at old posts and saw where people used balm for abrasions, will she chew at this or leave it alone. What else could you use on it? Thanks

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My male setter actually wears his tail tip down to the bone. (all hair and skin is gone) Looks really bad but not much you can do about it. Corn stalks are really tough on the tail also. You can try duct tape but it is really hard to remove. Just keep it clean so it doesn't get infected

Take a look at his tail in this pic.

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