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Old 09-22-2018, 11:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Cut Paw: Should I take away her wheel for the night?

My girl cut the bottom of her paw on something and is bleeding. I have since washed her paws and taken away her wheel to clean it so that she doesn’t get an infection. Her paw doesn’t seem to bother her but she is still bleeding a tiny bit. If I give her back her wheel, she will just start running again.

Should I take her wheel away for the night?
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I would take it away for the night just so the cut has time to stop bleeding and scab over.
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Take it away for the night and if doesn't stop trickle bleeding then get some of that special powder that stems bleeding
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