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The Thing About Kinked Tails

If you’re a dog breeder, chances are that one day you’ll produce a pup with a kink in its tail. Chances are you’ll also be advised by other breeders that, due to said kink in the tail, you should not breed the pup and instead place it in a pet home. Okay, sure. That sounds like a cut and dry situation. But what is a kinked tail, and what are the breeding considerations involved?
The spinal column is made up of vertebrae, the series of bony structures down the length of the body from the base of the skull to the tip of the tail that support the body and allow for movement.
The following are vertebral malformations common in dogs and found in dachshunds:
Hemivertebra (HV), or kink, is when a vertebra fails to develop correctly and forms into a wedge shape instead of a more rectangular shape, causing an angle (kink) in the vertebral column. Basically, the result is some form and degree of scoliosis, kyphosis, or lordosis. In humans, it doesn’t appear that most cases of hemivertebra are genetic/inheritable. In dogs, hemivertebra is inheritable in some cases and especially in some breeds, most especially in breeds with screw tails.

Transitional vertebra (TV) is when a vertebra is supposed to be fused with an adjacent vertebra but is not. Transitional vertebrae alter the functionality and flexibility of the spine and increase the chance of spinal injury and pain. Dogs with a transitional vertebra therefore have a greater risk of developing cauda equina.

Block vertebra (BlV) is the opposite of transitional vertebra; block vertebrae are vertebrae that are not supposed to be fused but are, thus lacking an intervertebral disc in-between them. In dogs, only S1-S3 are supposed to be fused (supposed to be block vertebrae). Any other block vertebra in a dog’s spine is abnormal and can lead to problems similar to those caused by transitional vertebra.

Butterfly vertebra (BuV) is a vertebra that, instead of being relatively flat along its sides and therefore somewhat rectangular in shape, is pinched in the middle causing it to look kind of like butterfly wings. Rarely this causes compression of the spinal cord and, thereby, neurological problems.

Spondylosis deformans (SD), which can be thought of as arthritis of the spine, is when one or more bone spurs develop on the edges of one or more vertebrae. It can develop secondary to the presence of degenerated intervertebral discs (IVDD-I or IVDD-II) due to instability of the intervertebral joint.

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