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I have a Small Schipperke 14lbs, she’s always been an aggressive chewer, she used to chew Bully sticks daily. Well this summer she quit and I wasn’t sure why? Had her at the vets and couldn’t really see much damage without putting her to sleep to look at her mouth, although he did see a lot of chipped teeth. Needless to say 2 weeks ago, I bought her a Himalayan chew, she loved it. I heard some pops and she broke one tooth off in the middle and the nerve was exposed, I just had that tooth pulled yesterday and her teeth cleaned, he (vet) said she had 8-9 chipped teeth, he recommended no hard chews for her, so that’s my chewing experience. I wanted her to have a good life with no tooth problems.
I am at this issue right now.. my dog is due for 3 year rabies .. I don’t want to give it to her because shes had a lot of issues lately, I thought I would talk it over with him… ? I am due to take her soon, I understand how worried you are, I am in the same dilemma.. but my dog hasn’t had the rabies shot yet… I wish the law would change this..
I added a probiotic to my dogs food , advise of vet for firmer stools.. got it at the vets, fortaflora, made by Purina..
I take Lysine for mouth sores, its great…works better then any drs. medicine..
Lyssin is what they are talking about in this post. I contacted the website and they explained it to me…
reading a lot about for cats but not dogs? this interesting to me..
I take lysine but have never heard of lyssin