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Keith   San Diego, California

3/12/2014 4:27:40 PM


What if the dog has vestibular disorder? My schnauzer has this problem but all her blood work is fairly normal. Is there a risk of making her condition worse? She has adapted to her condition and is stable but I do not want to make it worse by anestitzing her to clean her


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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

9/17/2013 4:39:14 AM

Good information to know!

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Nina   Lansing, IL

7/3/2011 10:53:25 AM

Thank you so much for this information. I have an 11yr.old Cocker Spaniel and she means the world to me. I lost a male Cocker Spaniel at age 15 and I feel she will live that or longer with the proper care. I have been hesitant to have her sedated for teeth cleaning due to the risks involved. I feel much more confident that I am making the right decision on going ahead with her dental cleaning,that I have been putting off,after reading your article. Thank you so much for helping me make a difficult but now much more informed decision on this matter.

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