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I have a Neapolitan Mastiff my problem is that the tip of its tail does not have hairs,help?

i have a neapolitan mastiff my problem is that the tip of its tail does not have hairs. on asking the vet, he said that may be the tail wasn't cut properly and it can be solved by cutting it again a little above the tip. but as the dog is now six months of age, there will be lot of bleeding and care would be much more until its stitches are dissolved. so my question is that should i go for the operation or its not that important criterion for a dog show??
By Prashant Jain · 29 Nov 2008 12:46 pm


By Daksh · 01 Dec 2008 11:55 am
well i suggest u not to go for it as its very risky as the part if tail is concern just do one thing buy a solition names RIDD its a vet product and just aplu ot at the part of tail where thr is no hair well this do good to yr problem


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By MAVI KENNEL · 04 Dec 2008 1:40 am
no prashant
pls dont use ridd to your dog its too hard for your dog coz your dog is just 6 months now
and u said tail bleeds too so try to use tinchure solution to stop blood
and afterwards use any betadine soltion or coconut oil with camphor oil its best try and tell
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By Priya Shergill · 17 Dec 2008 6:08 pm
I do not recommend surgery as your Dog will have to be put under complete anasthesia and he is presently very young and also his tail will have to be cut between the vertebral discs of the tail which might make it too short. Generally the hair overgrows and covers the bald spot with time. I suggest you leave it as it is.
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