- Oct 29, 2022
Three weeks ago my vet extracted Jeter’s (13 years old) upper canine d/t resorption . He’s a nightmare at the vet and requires total sedation even after giving him sedating meds prior to the visit. He’s eating and acting normally after the protocol of two weeks of soft food, getting Bupe into him, getting stool softener into him to counteract the constipation from the Bupe, etc. Thanks to posts on this site I’ve been keeping my eye out for lip entrapment and saw a few tiny spots of bloody drool on his bed this morning so looked in his mouth and here is what I saw. I called vet and sent her this picture and am waiting to hear back but I dread having to bring him back in and possibly going through this whole scenario again. Has anyone had a cat who’s healed from this without extracting the opposite canine?
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