Please minister to! My dogs gums are white???
My little chihuahua has been acting real sick the concluding few days. It took some time to notice that she was laying down the unharmed day...now shes peeing wherever and her gums are completely white. She is an inside dog and her teeth be always kind of rotten. I figured from adjectives the human food, I knew she had one rotten tooth. But now adjectives her front teeth are missing! Could she have some sort of serious infection in her mouth? or is in attendance something else going on? And I know she needs to go to the vet but my ma for some reason judge its not necessary and she seems like shes touching on dying
take your dog to the vet and your dog may need to get some blood from a donor dog at the vet's department too.
with her teeth rotting, she has a mouth infection or gum infection. her teeth may have to be removed too :(
even whether your mom thinks that, take her to the vet ASAP
how old is your dog too?
Is this a sign that you should maybe, oh I dont know, consult a licensed medical doctor? Its not necissary. You just admitted shes approaching DYING! I am so sick from this. I'll be you didnt know that white gums means shes dehydrated, right?
Take her to the vet. Or whether your mum isn't sure just call the vet and ask notify them whats wrong. They will tell you how serious it may be. Make the phone call. Good luck.
She requirements a vet NOW! Pale gums indicate a serious problem, possibly internal bleeding, or serious infection.
How old is your doggie?
I know white gums can mean greatly of things. For instance she could be anemic. What causes anemia? A million things. Improper diet, internal bleeding, and even worms. Basically if the doggie is anemic its blood is not carrying enough oxygen around to its cell because there aren't enough red blood cells.
Since the dog have rotten teeth it could be gum disease, but I would think a gum disease would have red inflamed gums not white. If the dog's heart is not pumping circulation properly, that would also leave gums white.
The doggie requests de-wormed if it does have worms. My vet usually checks a stool token for worms. The dog needs to be put on a very good special food to boost its nutrition whether it is anemic. When my animals get sick my vet often prescribes a specific brand of hills science diet depending on the condition. Your doggie desires regular vet visits too, whenever possible. I know times are really tight right now for everyone, so that might be unavoidable. As far as rotten teeth run, you CAN brush your dog's teeth. It would help a little. Giving him the proper food will help its nutrition and its teeth too. Look into a pious quality dog food. Since its teeth are bad, dry food would have to be soaked surrounded by water to make it soft. I doubt it can crunch things up now.
I hope your dog get better .