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I had an experience with Piper last year. I came home about 9:30 at night and noticed a bit of blood on her blanket and found her mouth to be bleeding. I decided to take her to the vet the next morning and went to bed. About 30 minutes later my husband came home and woke me up to tell me that Piper's bed was loaded with blood. The amount of blood in 30 minutes was astounding so off to the e-vet we went. They gave her a mild sedative to calm her down so they could clean up her mouth and examine it. They found the roots exposed on one of her teeth so she went to the regular vet the next day to have it removed. I cannot imagine the pain she must have been experiencing and never showed, especially since she is raw fed.


If I were you, I would take him to the vet as soon as possible to have his teeth examined. I would hate for you to wait and have him go through what Piper must have. Good luck.


Sandra in FL

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