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    One of my feline fur babies had some teefs pulled last week and I had to take him back today for an infection which also affected his sinuses. The vet gave him a shot of steroids and sent us home with antibiotics.

    Have any of you had weird issues with having your fur baby's teeth pulled?


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    oh no!

    i have to get my dog's teeth cleaned soon and i'm really scared to put her under.
    can't post pics because my computer's broken and i'm stupid

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    Quote Originally Posted by fgg View Post
    oh no!

    i have to get my dog's teeth cleaned soon and i'm really scared to put her under.

    How old is she? I know they do blood work before to determine if their liver and kidneys are healthy enough to handle the anesthesia. My cat has high liver numbers so they put him on meds and I brought him back a month later and his numbers were fine.
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    she's 5 but just under 4 lbs. her throat was damaged some when she was spayed so i'm always worried about any potential for her to be put under. the rest of her is healthy.
    can't post pics because my computer's broken and i'm stupid

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    Awww! Poor baby! Ask your vet about that. She's alot younger than my grumpy cat. He's almost 14.

    I believe he is plotting to kill me in my sleep after all of this he's had to go through. He growled at me last night.

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