Abscess gum dogs

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My chihuahua is on Tramadol plus antibiotics, as no mention of abscess mentioned but gum disease, “gingivitis” I am thinking to slit the pills 3/4 – 1! 1 for chihuahua and 1/3 of pill (Clinicin) 25mgs to mini Daschund (the one I thought surely was the worst! As she would be first in line for gum disease! I know that problems with teeth can effect the whole body!!! I am beginning to blame myself , as I feed them right, liquid minerals, “Arthodex minerals and vitamins, pure RO water!
If he has no other symptoms, you can try giving him benadryl and see if the swelling comes down. Benadryl can be given to dogs at 1 mg per pound of body weight. It wouldn't hurt to give your vet a call for some advice as well, particularly if your dog is already on other medications.
Our Westie is going in tomorrow for a tooth cleaning, mostly a concern about plaque build up. This requires nothing less than hospitalization (for the whole day at least) and the estimated cost is $350 to $380 (I have an itemized cost list). First it seems strange to me that I have to pay about 5 times what it cost to have my teeth cleaned to have my dog's teeth cleaned.
She still eats every day, comes around for treats with the rest of the dogs. She goes outside to do her business and only has an accident when she isn't let out. She is pretty bright and alert. Problem is she pants a lot, especially at night but eventually she stops and goes to sleep. Her breath smells horrible. She is too old to have her teeth cleaned. Her weight is good so I don't think it is her organs. If it is her teeth, she would not be able to eat.
It absolutely sounds like a dental problem and I completely agree with the treatment plan your vet proposes. Some dogs tend to build up more tartar than others (just like humans) and need some extra dental care during their lives. The tartar eventually causes gum disease which in turns causes a lot of pain while eating. If an abscess was present, I assume your dog's white cell count would be elevated on the CBC labs. Since it isn't, gum disease is the likely culprit.
First I would suggest getting a second opinion. If they still think it's a tumor and not an abscess or poor healing, then I would take chest X-rays to see if it has spread (metastasis) to the lung (the most common place). Then I would at least get a biopsy if your parents are so unsure. Why? Because it's tough to diagnose cancer just by looking or feeling! In a dog, there is a 50-50 chance that it is cancer vs. not cancer. And of course, it's could really be a result of the bite.
My new friend, a Westie show dog person and lawyer who rescued our Westie from being put-down by animal control in Jersey City because the dog was very sick - the good news for the dog, Wilson, is the animal control saw he was a Westie and telephoned the Westie Association of America to see if anyone there was able to take the dog, there was.
I've taken xrays of a hairline crack that turned out to be an abscess under the gum line and had damaged the adjacent tooth. I've found cysts in the jaw that if not found would have fractured the jaw. I've found cavities under the gum line and broken roots (root=nerve=pain). I've found damaged teeth with retained roots that continue causing problems.
I did my research online this seems to be a gum infection and/or abscess of the tooth and very painful for the cat. I've never grabbed this cat, nor will it let me take it somewhere, it moves tries to escape doesn't like to be grabbed. Please tell me if there is something i could take, any antibiotic or pain killer or anti inflammation, anything. Unfortunately i have not much knowledge of medicine.
Ok This is gross. I've had an abscess on my gum for at least 6 months now, and can't afford to go get it taken care of. So every few days I do a little self surgery, with an exacto blade to relieve the pressure. Its disgusting but cool at the same time, like popping the most giant zit. So gross, so gross. Hiding my head now.
Obviously there's a load of detail I'm not including because of space issues. We did contact the vet, who suggested we skip a dose and cut back to 64.8 mg 2x per day. We just did the first 64.8 mg dose. But the dog is still adjust to the meds, and the side effects and the question remain. If anyone out there has had this issue and does know the answer, I'd appreciate your response. I'm just interested in any anecdotal evidence of how long to expect side effects to last.
some of this might be Bali's teeth. She may have gingivitis, an abscess, loose teeth, etc...do you know? With gingivitis you will see an angry, bright red line at the gum line. Some cats will make it obvious their teeth hurt by turning their head when they chew, but not necessarily as Jade never displayed such behavior and her poor little teeth are rotten.
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One of the causes of maxillary sinusitis is a tooth abscess that has leaked the infection into the maxillary sinus. The teeth may be X-rayed to find this. • Ethmoid sinuses. If infection occurs, you may get puffy eyes and pain between them. The sides of your nose may get tender to the touch, your nose may get stuffy, and you won’t be able to smell so well. You may also get a splitting headache, felt most intensely in the forehead. • Sphenoid sinuses.
boils are often caused by infected hair folicals. Bacteria from infection form an abscess or pocket of pus. The abscess can become larger than a ping pong ball. Boils occur in areas where there is hair chafting. the face, neck, armpit, breast, groin, and buttocks are common sites.....then it goes on to treatment with cloth. doesn't mention any serious outcomes like surgery.
I recently had to put my golden retriever down and we just made a major move. Plus, our house now has carpeting which I can not tolerate with dogs. I thought perhaps this was allergy and stress related, but after reading the posts, it could be food related. I keep forgetting to eat, I am so busy. I will keep watching this post.
good luck picking or feeling depressed/anxious with a cute thing snuggling, sniffing, or tickling you. a dog, especially lap dogs, will follow you everywhere, also will be a distraction -it might help to keep all blemishes/perceived blemishes covered with an opaque mask -write about each picking session after it, notice what your thinking about, what causes them, and what times sessions occur at. change your routine to keep these times occupied, avoid mirrors, etc at these times.
Pylori (with mastic gum), probiotics last because I will be buying hundreds of dollars of probiotics. I am glad I have you guys to talk to because you give me hope. It is hard, but we will put this puzzle together!
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