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    Topping up the vibes xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpayne View Post
    Thanks for the video. Putting her in the carrier is a great idea. Think I would struggle on my own. She doesn't just sit still unfortunately
    I dont blame her, I'd not feel minded to co-operate with anyone wielding a needle !!

    The sneezing may be related to her Dental problems as much as it is to infection. So now that the crowns of her teeth are shorter there will be less pressure on the tooth roots when she chews, hence less irritation/sneezing. You may find that Mark decides to hold off on giving the Penicillin injections if Doughnut completes the course of oral abx and there are no more ongoing respiratory tract symptoms. It could be that for Doughnut lots of sneezing will be an indicator of her needing another Dental. Even if she is still eating normally.

    Hope she is doing well now and that she can go for more than 3 weeks before needing another Dental xx



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    Yes I thought sneezing was the teeth. I've no plans to go back for the injections think her thought she would be sorted

    She's just done a binkie so feeling happy with the world. I've even managed some kisses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpayne View Post
    Yes I thought sneezing was the teeth. I've no plans to go back for the injections think her thought she would be sorted

    She's just done a binkie so feeling happy with the world. I've even managed some kisses.
    Doughnut doesn't let anything get her down does she !



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    Quote Originally Posted by cpayne View Post
    Yes I thought sneezing was the teeth. I've no plans to go back for the injections think her thought she would be sorted

    She's just done a binkie so feeling happy with the world. I've even managed some kisses.

    Kisses ahh ....

    I am surprised her sneezing was related to the teeth, but hopefully the abx will work for her and she will be right was rain soon. x
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    I've got back from my weekend away. Doughnuts been happy but still not rushing for her muesli in fact didn't eat any this morning but eating lots of hay. Does it take a while for them to want pellets. It's given her some critical care on a saucer and she's eaten some of that. Thinking I may get some alfalfa hay so she doesn't lose any more weight. Maybe her tongue is still sore or back teeth

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    Spoke to mark today. He thinks she's still in pain so adding in tramadol as well. He thinks her mouth is ulcerated. Will pick it up tomorrow and got to call him back in a few days

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpayne View Post
    Spoke to mark today. He thinks she's still in pain so adding in tramadol as well. He thinks her mouth is ulcerated. Will pick it up tomorrow and got to call him back in a few days
    Poor little Miss D

    I really hope the additional analgesia helps her xx



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    I hope that the Tramadol helps Doughnut and that her mouth soon heals.
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