Thank you so much for the minty fresh breath wishes
you sent Daisy's way the other day! She did really well during
I didn't expect Daisy would need any major work, but I can't say
I was surprised when she was only halfway through her
appointment, and I got a phone call from her doctor.
She called asking for the approval to extract six of Daisy's
teeth. She also needed my approval to take an x-ray. Apparently,
there was a section between two of Daisy's teeth, that had
hair and grossness lodged in there.
I know, that's pretty gross. I hope you weren't eating when you
just read that. I was thinking the same thing myself. How in the
holy soy balls, did Daisy manage to get hair lodged in her
gums, and between her teeth? Perhaps, she had eaten a
small cat or squirrel in her past. To say the least,
she had some really funky things going on in
her mouth, and I am so glad she got it
all taken care of, and she is now
on the mend.
Daisy already wants to eat the soft food I bought
her, so I think she will make a sexy speedy recovery.
Have any of you pugs had teeth removed? If so, Daisy would like
to know, what kinds of soft foods are the bestess to eat when you
can't have regular crunchy kibble.
Daisy can't wait to hear your recommendations.
She will be doing a lot of this over the
next few days:
We hope you are having a great weekend!