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Title: Tibble's Teeth - a short saga with a happy ending
Post by: ladygekko on April 27, 2011, 07:29:25 PM
When we started fostering Tibbles, his mouth looked disgusting.  After a few solid months of brushing every two days, not only has his plaque been reduced (scrapped off after a bit broke), a nasty tooth fell out and his gums and breath are a million times better.  Please enjoy the following slightly graphic but happy pictures!

Teeth brushing; sometimes, you gotta scruff em, tuck their back paws in your arm pit and just do it.  ;)

ps: The phase two is just after brushing, which used to be a bit bloody because his gums were so irritated.  He now no longer bleeds at all on most brushings.


Title: Re: Tibble's Teeth - a short saga with a happy ending
Post by: Ferrettaxi on May 02, 2011, 04:23:47 AM
Thanks for the post Kim! It just goes to show what brushing can do?! What a good Ferrent you are, the kids are lucky to have you both ;D


Title: Re: Tibble's Teeth - a short saga with a happy ending
Post by: fuzzyfostermum on November 06, 2011, 05:39:02 PM
Omigod................have you sent this to Dr. Auger?  This is a testatment to your care but to the efficacy of the biotene product as well.....wowooowoowowwie!!!!!!!!!

Super job!!!!

MB