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Old July 11th, 2005, 09:59 AM
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Ouch!!!! Broken Toe Nail (Attached Pic)

Copper broke his nail about two weeks ago(briefly posted in a worried thread). It came up off of the quick. I took him to the vet to have it checked and they trimmed it and told me it'll grow out and go back to normal. Well he's been licking it ALOT. I tell him no and he stops. He has lossed a bit of fur and the toe was red. I forgot to mentiom it to the vet when I picked Zoe up from her spay.
Over the weekend his nail turned black. This morning his nail broke at the skin!! It is upwards now and just hanging on by a small piece. His quick is fully exposed with very minimal bleeding. I called the vet and I am waiting for them to call me back.

Anyone experience this with their dog???
Here's what it looks like.............................................. ..
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