She made it like a champ, and got home straight to her plate of food - so much for worrying about her not eating! :lol3:
They were able to remove the excess teeth instead of cutting her gum, making a much less painful procedure and recovery for her :clap:
I am not sure of everything else they did on her teeth... I did not get her chart or the bill today, as it was getting late, and they said they will send it to me on the mail. I am curious to read the complete report though - looking at her mouth it looks like they did more than only her back teeth.
They gave her a shot of pain killers, so she is kind of loopy right now, but not in pain... She also has some stuff on her teeth, which looks like cement or something...
She will be on clindrops for the next 10 days and pain killers for the next few days, but aside from that, she will be just fine!
Whew, I am glad it is all over now! :clap::clap::clap:
I am very happy to have this problem solved now... It was a "simple" solution, but that could be a big big problem if left untreated... In looking back, Lucky had stopped eating a couple of times... Both times I thought she was being finicky, or just growing tired of her food... Thank goodness I took her to this vet, who examined her mouth and noticed the holes on the back of her mouth. The poor thing was not eating because she was in pain.
Had I not caught this, she could ended up very very sick... Who knows what could have happened... I am very very VERY grateful to have this behind us... My baby will have a healthy mouth and be out of pain now...
Thank you all who donated and made this possible... From the bottom of our hearts... :hugs:
Now to wrap it up take miss Hope for her shots tomorrow, and Pray for this run of vet trips and scares to be over for a long long long long LONG while! :vibes::vibes::vibes::vibes::vibes::vibes::vibes::vibes: