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    You have to be very careful if you use an item, as you can cause pressure sores...hence we use velband. The vet wrp in itself is supporting. Ask your vet. Tell him someone suggested velband first....it is soft, stops pressure points. Maybe one to two layers of velband....After that wrap the vet wrap, which is self adhesive over that, quite tightly. You will need help as you need extra hands, fingers to hold everything.

    Do you have any horsy friends, they will know how to do it...Horse competitors get very proficient at wrapping legs/tails.

    I never took any pics, just thought it was a normal thing to do
    Last edited by newfsie; 04-17-2012 at 07:33 PM.
    Pets are forever

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    I was thinking the same
    Using a bit of a paddle pop stick and bandage it.
    They are only 2 weeks 4 days and they have just started to
    Bark and trying to get out of the whelping box.
    They are so advanced and they have beautiful muscular bodies.

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    I do have horsey friends actually will get in contact

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    Sammy (dobe x) broke his tail as a pup - he was an enthusiastic wagger... Vet told us there was nothing we could do so he now has a slight kink to his tail and you can feel a bump. He also has a white spot on his chest - 2 actually that together look like a flying bird (or as my BIL described it, a jizz stain - that was Sammy's name for the first week ). Thing is, I only got him because his white marks stayed - breeder didn't like them but would have kept him otherwise. We used to joke, every day she prayed for them to fade as some do, and I prayed for them to stay. Don't worry about discounting too heavily, just focus on the positives rather than the negatives and I imagine potential buyers will do the same.

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