Clyde had his dental cleaning and has 1 tooth left. While they were removing a loose tooth his jaw fractured. He has some bone loss The vet stitched the small fracture in place and we'll monitor it to make sure it does not cause any further problems. He will be on canned food and soft treats from now on.
Alopecia - hair loss on his legs
This little stinker is Clyde, who along with Bonnie, were taken to a shelter to be euthanized since their owner passed and the son didn't want them. Thankfully the shelter didn't feel that way and an awesome angel pulled them from the shelter. Stinky and nails curling under, his angel bathed him and trimmed his nails to help him feel more comfortable before helping transport him to us. His teeth are horrible and his mouth infected that it was effecting his sinsus and making his eye goopy. He is on antibiotics to clear up some of the infection before having his teeth cleaned and some removed. He does have some teeth missing now and a part of his tongue has a piece missing from where his tooth was. He is missing hair on the bottom part of his legs. We will be doing blood work on him to see if we can determine what is causing it.
Clyde is a sweet boy who loves attention and a soft warm bed. He likes to climb up on the back of the couch to watch what is going on in the house. Clyde would be a great for someone that wants a lap dog or a shadow. He is a little cuddle bug who wants nothing more than to please his people
Clyde could use some more Angels to help pay for his medical bills since dentals are expensive but very necessary.
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