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Art In The Attic
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Did you know?
Limber tail, cold water tail, or swimmer’s tail, is a painful condition that affects swimming breeds of dogs such as Labs. Usually the day after they have been swimming for the first time in the season, their tails are extremely painful, usually at the base. They will react painfully if you attempt to lift their tail, or touch them near the tail base. Often they will walk with their tail tucked. These dogs have strained or pulled the muscles at the base of their tails. The treatment is pain medication, usually half an aspirin twice a day for a few days will relieve the condition.