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Pup Too Excited To Have His Entire Family Spend Time At Home For Quarantine Got His Tail Injured For Too Much Wagging [Video]



  • While people hate the idea of being stuck at home, Rolo the pup actually loves it.
  • Since the day his family has all started spending time at home, he was very excited that he injured his tail.
  • After he was checked by the vet, his sprained tail due to excessive wagging will heal soon in a week of rest and medication.

Just like other households, Emma Smith and her family follow the stay-at-home order in place as one of the actions by the authorities to fight the spread of the dreaded coronavirus. While many people don’t like this idea much due to many personal and economic reasons, there is a family member in their home who likes it very much!

That’s Rolo, the family’s adorable dog who loves to have his whole family at home all the time!

Photo Credit: @Emmasmith77xx (Twitter)

But he may have been overly excited.

Emma Smith made a post on Twitter sharing about something unusual since the day they all started to stay at home—all of a sudden, Rolo’s tail stopped wagging, and they didn’t understand why.

To make sure what had happened, they brought Rolo and had him checked by the vet.

As it turned out, the diagnosis was: “[Rolo] has been so happy that everyone is home for quarantine […] he had sprained his tail from excessively wagging it,” Emma wrote on Twitter.

That was quite sweet of Rolo. He was overwhelmed with excitement his tail can’t cope up with it. 

Emma posted a video update of Rolo’s second day on Twitter saying his tail still sways but not as overly energetic as before. His tail still needs a little rest. 

“Didn’t expect this [to] happen????, for those asking, he is currently on pain relief and the vet said he should be healed within a week, this is him on the 2nd day. He is super happy and there is now movement from side to side but he is struggling to lift it up in the air,” Emma says in the caption.

It’s a relief to know that Rolo is okay. After a week of rest and some medication, Rolo’s tail should be back in good shape.


While the duration of quarantine is uncertain, Rolo will surely love to be with his family everyday.

Source: The Dodo