However, she continued to wag and wag her tail smacking it against everything - walls, doors, people, tables, etc. Each time she smacked it, the little wound on the end of her tail would bleed. When her tail wasn't bandaged, because we wanted to let it air out to heal, she would splatter blood all over the house. (something that I really enjoyed cleaning up) Our house, at times, looked like a crime scene.
The tail reached a boiling point with me over the last few days. I've had it with trying to keep it bandaged, cleaning up blood, etc. So, Judd dropped her off at the vet this morning. Here is how she looked when I picked her up:
We are going to keep that huge bandage on her tail for a week, then have it re-bandaged, and on for another week. If it isn't better after that, we have to have it amputated. Let's hope it doesn't come to that.
On another front, Judd's mom got great news today. Her lymphnodes were clear - no cancer there. whew!