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Your Greyhound's Toes

Toes can certainly be an annoying problem for greyhounds. Most often it's a corn or multiple corns on either one pad or multiple pads. Corn treatment is sometimes effective but often it is not.

Also, sometimes foreign objects that you can't see or fell get embedded into the pad. They may or may not show up on an x-ray. We have seen clients come back multiple times for a specific toe-related issue and at some point in time, it may be appropriate to amputate the toe.

Toe amputations have always been successful in treating various toe ailments. It is always appropriate to take the whole toe off and not just part of it. If all of the other toes are good, the dog will function as well as ever after recovery except it will no longer limp and will no longer be in pain. Toe amputation is not terribly expensive, especially when compared to the cost of multiple visits with no permanent resolution. Toe amputation may be the best method to get your dog walking and running comfortably again.

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