The toenail only but split up to the base of her pad.
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We've tried everything imaginable (including Hoovie wearing a cone) but she continues to get the sock off (all night in her crate gives her plenty of time without being told to "leave it!"). We continue to treat the toe and pad twice daily with Betadine and antibiotic ointment. The toenail (at least the top portion) has turned black (I'm guessing from personal experience that this means it will be dropping off soon) and we're watching it, her behavior and the socks as she succeeds in getting them off. So far it doesn't seem to hamper her; she walks, runs, and plays without hesitation.
Thank you for your concern. We're going to keep treating her and monitoring her closely, but she's a rascal and it's virtually impossible to keep her "stifled."
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