jamielvsaustin wrote:Can stomach issues cause bad breath? Has he even had anything going on with his stomach?
How does Apollo do at the vet?
I dunno! That is what the vet thought.
He has had pretty bad gas and bad breath, those have been the only symptoms. And there has been no change in his appetite, energy, chewing ability, etc.
He does okay, shows stress signs (licking the door/his lips, pacing, yawning, etc while waiting in the room) but most disappear when the vet comes in and he gets all wiggly. He isn't a big fan of being poked and prodded (he shows signs of avoidance) but the vet goes slow and we make sure it is really positive for him.
But it isn't 'I have to drag you in screaming' stress, just minor 'I am in a new place' stress.
The vet said to try adding plain greek yogurt to his diet and see how that goes.