Hello from the south of the map!
I include photos of her...and I have a problem. Malka knocks her tail everywhere, and now is bleeding... I got up this morning with my white walls all full of blood.....I took a look at her and I noticed her tail is is full of blood at the end. At night I will take her to the vet, but I accept any suggestion. Thank you very much...
[attachment deleted by admin]
Awww.... what a beautiful girl! I have no idea what to do with her tail except maybe put a bandage on it? : I hope your vet can help.
Sounds like "Happy Tail" trip to the vet should help
What language does Malka speak ?
I don't have any advice...just wanted to say that Malka is beautiful!
Teresa, mom to Brigetta and Prudence
Paulie has "happy tail" and we used to have blood splattered all over the house on a regular basis.
The vet wrapped his tail every time but he always ended up wagging it off within minutes of returning home. I now use a knuckle bandaid and some gauze for padding and it stays on for almost 24 hours. The knuckle bandaids have 4 arms to wrap around and fasten to each other that helps it stay put even with his high velocity wags. Trial and error for exactly how to wrap it is the best way learn what works for you. Once his tail heals, moistuirize the tip on a regular baisis and this will help prevent it from happening again.
Malka speaks spanish...from Uruguay, just between Argentina and Brazil. Tough we are uruguayans my grandparents were from Lietuva...so we also can manage with lietuviskai...
Malka speaks spanish...from Uruguay, just between Argentina and Brazil. Tough we are uruguayans my grandparents were from Lietuva...so we also can manage with lietuviskai...Originally Posted by samson
Lucy had the same thing. I accidently squished her tail with the rocker/recliner. Blood everywhere. As I was trying to get her outside or in her crate she thought I was playing and got all excited, wagging her tail like mad! More blood!! It broke open several times. I took her to the vet and it had a slight infection in it. They were able to get it healed up. They thought we might have to amputate the tip, but luckily it healed on its own.