You Make The Diagnosis: Dental Disease

A month ago, I anesthetized my own cat for an oral evaluation and periodontal treatment.  This is also commonly referred to as a ‘dental’.  On visual examination, I noticed mild inflammation of the gums but no other problems in the crowns of the teeth.  The next step was to take x-rays of Tigre’s mouth.  Look at the image of …

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Call your veterinarian right away.  These spider bites can be very painful in addition to causing serious reactions.  Without knowing your dog and her medical history, I can only general advice.  Your veterinarian will be able to help you with exact doses of medications.  Do not delay!