Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Forum
I have no advice, but sending healing thoughts to poor Miah! I would be beyond furious!
I just wanted to tie these two post on the same topic together.
Also if my memory serves me correctly one of F doodles had a tail injury that resulted in a partial amputation. I am sure she will chime in.
Yes, she really tried hard to treat the injury/infection, but it just wasn't getting any better and part of Luca's tail had to be amputated. It was also an accident that happened at the groomer, somehow his tail was broken.
I am so sorry this happened to Miah. I too would be very angry.
I wish I had some words of wisdom about her tail injury.
Did your vet say how much more time you could give her tail to heal?
If it comes down to surgery- the groomer should have to pay for it...Does one have to sign something at a groomers? I have never taken a dog to one.
Thinking of you both & hoping her tail heals on its own & surprises everyone
This DK'er was dealing with a broken tail and found a solution that worked for her doodle.In case you haven't seen it yet:
Wow! Ricki, I missed this post. How interesting and helpful. It certainly is something to try on an injury before resorting to surgery.
I'm not sure why I even remembered that post but for some reason it stuck with me! Such an unusual and creative solution!