Many may be desperate to be locked up for a long time due to the self-isolation caused by the coronavirus, but some are benefiting from this. Our pets can spend more time with those they love, people who now work from home have more time to play with their pets all day.
Meet Rolo, he had an excessive reaction to this news. This dog of only seven years of age managed to tighten his tail by moving it very hard.
Rolo's owner Emma, 21, said, "Usually we are out of the house from nine to five for four or five days a week, we leave him with a family member who lets him out to run for half an hour so he can do his business."
"Now we as a family, me, my mom, dad and my sister Rachael, are working from home."
"When we were at home, he wanted to constantly play and wag his tail, and a few days ago his tail was under his legs and it didn't move, even when we were playing and we thought it was weird." Then the family took Rolo to the vet, who said he had forced his tail by moving it a lot.
Rolo was very excited to know that he would spend much more time with his family than he ended up hurting himself. He had strained the ligaments and tendons between the tail and the spine. He was treated with an anti-inflammatory injection in the tail and takes pain relievers every day. Days later, he is already in better shape. Although Rolo still can't lift his tail, he can swing it from side to side.