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  1. JulyS

    Dental surgery/fractures and extractions

    @Dr. Jeff, a video is a great idea. I will work on that and post. I must confess I don't know if the redness is new. I started looking after his surgery, as before I was mostly looking at his teeth. My guess is it's not new, but I would've thought it'd go away after all the work he had done...
  2. JulyS

    Dental surgery/fractures and extractions

    It's been a month and a half since Benji's dental surgery. He started twitching at his mouth right after, which I assumed was from the discomfort. He stopped a couple days in, then resumed about a week and a half later. This I assumed was from the stitches starting to dissolve. Unfortunately...
  3. JulyS

    Dental surgery/fractures and extractions

    This was incredibly helpful. I read it on email and completely forgot to get on here and thank you. Belated thank you! :)
  4. JulyS

    Dental surgery/fractures and extractions

    I hadn't specifically noticed this section before, but also wondered this and asked at urgent care. He has a lot of black spots in his mouth, but not on his gums and this coloration is unique to this spot (which is right at the extraction site). She thought it looked like bruising but because it...
  5. JulyS

    Dental surgery/fractures and extractions

    @Dr. Jeff Looks like I posted the pictures at the same time you replied. I'm currently at urgent care because his vet recommended it based on the look of his gum. He did eat more this morning and while still lethargic is better than yesterday. Of course sitting in this room he isn't acting sick...
  6. JulyS

    Dental surgery/fractures and extractions

    Here are some photos of his gum and the dental record
  7. JulyS

    Dental surgery/fractures and extractions

    @Dr. Jeff, thank you for the above. (I thought I responded, oops). He had the deep cleaning and three extractions on Monday. He did well and I had him on antibiotics day of and for three days after. He seemed sore, but good. Yesterday his BEAM shifted and he started being more lethargic then he...
  8. JulyS

    Female feline with a bad bladder infection

    Thank you @Dr. Jeff
  9. JulyS

    Dental surgery/fractures and extractions

    My almost 16 year old neutered male kitty needs a dental and I'm trying not to be worries. He has stage 2 kidney disease and maybe something weird with his heart (not a murmur, but something extra). He has extra teeth so despite being on a raw diet and occasionally getting chicken necks and...
  10. JulyS

    Female feline with a bad bladder infection

    Yes, has even started sleeping near me for part of the night again, even with all the annoying things I am doing to her. Side note, is there a tried and true method of pilling a cat? She was easy at first, but now it's a struggle. I am sure I can find some YouTube videos, but thought I'd ask...
  11. JulyS

    Female feline with a bad bladder infection

    Her BEAM is improving. She is eating a little more and being a little more normal, though not completely. The vet wanted me to start her on fluid therapy so she is pretty sick of me (transdermal gel on the ear for her thyroid, a syringe in the mouth with vitamins, needle in the back--and...
  12. JulyS

    Female feline with a bad bladder infection

    @Dr. Christina or @Dr. Jean, do either of you have insights on this? Thank you
  13. JulyS

    Female feline with a bad bladder infection

    It's a lot of information for me to digest. Tomorrow I will get a subcutaneous fluids bag to help hydrate her. I will start the marbofloxacin tonight. If you are willing to share your insights on the other stuff that would be great. Ideally I have a game plan so the vet doesn't strong arm me...
  14. JulyS

    Female feline with a bad bladder infection

    @Dr. Jeff These are the test results that have come back. She is very uncomfortable and the d-mannose and vitamin C are either not enough or I am not giving her enough. The infection is both in her bladder and kidneys. Any insight would be appreciated. I don't want to give her antibiotics, but I...
  15. JulyS

    Female feline with a bad bladder infection

    Thanks, Dr. Jeff. Obviously what I've been doing isn't working. Feeling at a loss. I requested a copy of the results and will post as soon as I get them. I picked up the marbofloxacin, but have yet to give it to her.
  16. JulyS

    Female feline with a bad bladder infection

    My 15.5 year old little lady (domestic short-hair, indoor/outdoor spayed female) had a UTI for a couple weeks I think. I've been giving her d-mannose and vitamin C and I thought it was in check, as she wasn't having bathroom issues anymore. But she stopped eating and her BEAM was off so I took...
  17. JulyS

    Dog drooling/dripping saliva from closed mouth

    He drooled a constant drip until about 5am, then it seemed to stop. He ate breakfast just fine and yesterday he enjoyed doing his puzzles and wanted to play (though a little less energy than normal). The whole thing was bizarre for sure, but seems to have passed.
  18. JulyS

    Dog drooling/dripping saliva from closed mouth

    My four year old French bulldog has been dripping a puddle of saliva for the past few hours. I have checked his mouth and don't see anything abnormal. Any insights as to what I should look for or do? I did ice skate with him earlier, but I was careful and controlled. He tried to eat my skate...
  19. JulyS

    Dog vomits a lot

    Yes, that is why I was thinking it may be his fear plus breed. His does snore quite a bit. I've even woken up to his snoring motor shaking my leg because he placed his head there. Haha
  20. JulyS

    Flower essence questions

    Thank you, Dr. Jeff. I will definitely do this.
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