“A dog’s tail is more than just a wagging appendage. It helps the dog communicate, show emotions, and balance. But what happens when a dog’s tail becomes infected with mange, a contagious skin disease caused by mites?
This was the case for a stray dog who was found wandering the streets with a severely infected tail. The poor dog was in pain and discomfort, and his tail was so badly affected that it had to be amputated.
Luckily, the dog was taken to a veterinary clinic where he received treatment and care. With proper medication and attention, the dog was able to make a full recovery, and he learned to wag his tail once again.”