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Buddy is a 1 year old mantle male with natural ears. He came into rescue because of his barking and whining. His family lived on a military base and their neighbor was complaining to the MP's. The K9 trainer suggested to use a bark collar which is an electronic collar that will zap him every time he barked. Buddy's neck was a bloody mess with fur missing. Because they couldn't let him outside, he was crated and would whine in the crate not to set off the bark collar. When Buddy came into rescue and he was very thin and needed to put on weight. He was diagnosed with whip worm, Coccidia and round worm. He had 2 large masses on his right side and a large mass/lump that was on his chest.
Update 9/4/16 - Buddy is putting on weight and the 2 large masses on his right side have disappeared. The large mass on his chest was removed and that is healing up very nicely. Buddy had happy tail and he kept chewing on the tip and it would burst open every time he'd hit it against a wall, other dogs, cabinets, you name it and it was a bloody mess. Since he was so obsessed with his tail we decided to dock it BUT he wouldn't leave it alone no matter how many cones, bite-not-collars we put on him. We had to bring him back to the vets twice, once to re sew it and the other time to take another digit off as we couldn't close it. Buddy attended a meet & greet at Broadway Barks with his little tail wrapped up and he looked really cute on stage. A few days later, Buddy came down with an upper respiratory infection, but he's over that now. His tail is looking better and better every day and he's starting to lose interested in it. Buddy is still on medical hold as he seems to tire out pretty fast so we are doing some more tests to see what's going on.
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