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Maile Bohlmann
about 1 month ago • Ballard
Vet Dentist
Our pup has some sort of blemish on the inside of his lips and also frightfully bad breath. We've been treating him via our regular vet, but I'm not convinced we've found the right treatment yet and I think we should go to a vet dental specialist to diagnose and treat. Any recommendations? Thank you!
3 replies
about 1 month ago
Generally this is the job of a good veterinarian. We recently had our cat's teeth cleaned (requiring general anesthesia) and they took x-rays and had all tartar removed. They looked amazing afterwards and the gums significantly less enflamed. It's surprising your vet hasn't been able to help your pup with the teeth... perhaps consult another vet? I've linked my vet (but they are in Renton).
  • about 1 month ago
We had our dog's teeth "cleaned" later in life on the vet's recommendation. This was a full on surgery involving anesthesia, pulling teeth, etc. Not cheap, but they were thorough and the recovery was quick. Her breath was much improved after that.
  • about 1 month ago
Seattle Natural Veterinary in Ballard is great! Clients have gone to natural and had better success where western vet med was failing. I love the team there!
Veterinarian - Phinney Ridge
  • about 1 month ago

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