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I didn't necessarily come for advice… although I'll take it if you have any. We watch very closely what goes in her mouth and we can't think of anything (that we saw) that would cause this. We think, if anything, it could be the new treats we recently introduced or how we occasionally put pumpkin or banana in her food. Or maybe she ripped off a chunk of her rawhide while we weren't looking… although we don't let her have it while we can't supervise her. Maybe was it that we found her gnawing on one of our wooden barstools the other night? We put a quick stop to it… but maybe she ingested some paint chips? I don't know… we did put some diced apple in her food last night… but we check online before giving her anything new if it's okay. Anyway, we have a vet appointment tomorrow morning. That's the soonest they could see her.
I'm just worried. I worry that something is blocking her digestion or something. You all probably understand how, as a first time puppy owner, your mind goes from 0 to 100 as soon as something goes wrong 🙁 I just love her so much and I want her to return to her normal happy bitey self. We nicknamed her gumby (and probably like 50 other names) because she's lost so many puppy teeth. I hope she is going to be okay.
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