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Old 04-11-2019, 12:34 PM
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Dog chewing on tail, making himself bleed.

My dog got neutered 2 weeks ago, and today he is allowed to remove his e-collar. When i took the e-collar off, he immediately starting chewing at his tail.. Thought maybe it was just a slight issue since he hasnt been able to itch there for the past few weeks, but it was constant for about 30 mins.. Then i realized that he was gnawing at it so much, that he made himself bleed. Ive put the e-collar back on him to keep him from continuing to gnaw at it.. But what can i do to help him? He wont let anyone touch or even look at his tail now, he immediately will sit down and hid his butt from allowing anyone to touch the area..
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You should consult your vet on this.


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