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This Puppy Was Found With An Injury Unlike Anything I’ve Ever Seen. But The End… Wow!

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The dogs tail is a part of its spine, it’s just able to be moved around and controlled. The dogs tailbones get smaller going up the tail. The dogs also have muscles in their tail. Blood vessels and nerves also make up a part of their tails. Many people think that dogs tails aren’t important but they are very important to the dog can make the dog in a lot of pain if the tail is hurt.

When a dog gets their tail injured even from just a little thing, you may hear them let out a squeal. Dogs tails are very easily injured.
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The tail is a very sensitive part of the body and should be treated with great care. When dogs get tail surgery it is a process that needs to be treated with care. After dogs get tail surgery they need to be watched carefully to makes rue that they don’t mess with the open wound because it can alter the healing process dramatically.

This video shows a dog that got hurt very badly. The dog had injuries all over but the biggest one was its tail. The dogs tail was hurt so bad that it needed to be amputated, This is a very painful process for dogs because their tale is a very sensitive part of their body. When they get their tails amputated it takes them a long time to recover and is a very painful process for them.

The video is very gruesome and shows the dogs tails before and after surgery. The tail is an open wound and needed to be cut down to a stump. The dog needed this because its tail was too injured to be able to return to normal. The dog was found after a storm with no microchip so they don’t know who his owner is.
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This dog has a very sad story, but luckily it was found. The vet that found the dog was very nice to perform the surgery right away to ensure that the dog would be okay. Although the recovery process will take along time because the dog didn’t really have any extra skin to cover up the open wound the dog is still safe in the vets care.

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