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(5)Hi there Not eating as well, dribbling, eating on one side and bad breath are all signs of tooth problems. Trixis' breath and saliva were so horrible we had to
(27)Hullo, *You could squirt it onto his fur and let him lick it off a bit at a time. *This is just brilliant :) Yes, I think I can get my partner to do just that.
(5)HI there That isn't a furball based on the video, it is more like an asthma cough or most likely an upper respiratory hack like kennel cough in dogs. Lyn
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(10)I’m at home without my office scanner. Will scan and email Tuesday or try to find a way to do it sooner. I’ve been trying to decipher it all weekend. Sent
Dec 31, 2017
(3)Lyn, Thank you for the information! Jones doesn't seem to be any special pedigree, just a beautiful boy :) Thanks for the tip on taking a video of regular
Dec 18, 2017
(3)I hope the vet gives him a chance to recover. It can happen. Maybe only giving him a year or so to live. Yes 95% may not make it (on not given a chance to
Dec 18, 2017
(13)Hi Kristin, I quarter the Vetmedin with a pill cutter. Petsmart and Target sell Sheba treats that are soft sticks, I cut a piece to fit and pierce a whole in
Dec 11, 2017
(3)Hey, I haven't read any responses. But maybe you find something in my answer. My boy has asthma.He was wheezing. It was never that huge but we have eliminated
Dec 7, 2017
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