He’s on rimadyl twice a day, and improves, however we have so much snow on…

He’s on rimadyl twice a day, and improves, however we have so much snow on the ground out here he inevitably relapses. Any suggestions on keeping his tail warm so the poor guy can get better? I’ve tried using puppy pads In the house, but he just won’t use them. The vet I work for suggested a sock, but I can’t get it to stay on. Any suggestions would be great, with nearly 100 inches of snow on the ground his tail is going to get cold for a long time.

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Amlee Roundfield
5 years ago

I’ve not ever heard of this, but I might I suggest not giving up on indoor toileting. I’m eternally grateful that I didn’t give up training my 3 pups beginning with wee wee pads, to pads with wwwwww.petloo.com. The later I added, to the pads, in September 2014. Only THIS WEEK, have I been able to not use the pads with the loo. I said all that to say, training takes time, and so often we pawrents give up too soon because our fur kids don’t respond positively and quickly. Our snow situation in the Manhattan area is not like… Read more »