heartbullies wrote:However, he has done really well and will still chew on things, not as hard though; he self limits and NEVER did that before which is why he used to crack open the Primal femurs stuff. Now he doesn't do that but will chew on them like a normal dog, still will tug and fetch with the same gusto. Hopefully that makes you feel a little better?
MarMar wrote:Its pretty amazing to me how they can seem to ignore tooth pain. Becky wasn't acting weird at all when her teeth broke..I found the slab fracture by chance and then found the split incisors when checking on the slab repair. The two incisors were literally split in half all the way down into the gumline...if those had been my teeth I'd have been screaming! A good friend of mine and former classmate is the anesthetist for the local dental specialist so she assured me that she needed pain meds although she wasn't acting like it, so its good you have something for Sadie.
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