Sending Marty a big big hug and smooch...sometimes that works all most better than icky medicine...(i tell mom that)stella rose
It is always scary especially with the older ones. Our CharShu had a dental when he was 17. He had a chronic snotty nose due to some bad teeth which we couldn't get cleared up with antibiotics. Our vet left it up to us but his heart was strong, she felt he would do OK. She always uses a safer anestesia with the pugs. And to lessen the stress on him, we did not take him in till just before she was ready for him. They then let us take him home right away wrapped in a warm blanket. We kept him separated from the other pugs and I stayed right with him to keep him calm as he woke up (they tend to thrash about as the anestetic wears off, that part was tough). He did Ok.I am trying something with Bailey & Hazel that my hygienist recommended. It sprinkles on their food and does something to their saliva that is supposed to get rid of the plaque. Not sure yet how well it is working but their breath is much better. I can't remember exactly what it is called but if you might be interested I will check when I get home from work. pughugs,Bailey, Hazel, Greta & mom Linda
Hi again,The product is ProDen Plaque Off. It is a natural seaweed.I purchased it on Amazon. Hope Marty keeps feeling better.Linda
oh poor guy. We hope he gets better really quick. Mum understands how you must feels. It is so stressfuls when us senior puggers aren't well.
Poor baby. We are sending lots of live and kissiesBenny & Lily
Marty we are glad you are getting better we love your sweet face!
We're sure glad you're feeling better Marty. It must be hard decision to make whether to have the dental or not. :o(Pug love from,Pearl & Daisy
Lots of feel good JUJU to you marty!Lots of licks,Swisher and Oakley
Bruce, Daisy and I are glad to hear Marty is feeling better. We bet he'll be back to his sexy self soon!-Dana, Daisy & Bruce
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