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      His mouth will feel so much better soon. Is it a problem to get him in the Vet's door when you are both apprehensive?
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      Good thoughts and mojo for Archie!

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      Good thoughts, lab board MOJO and prayers all does well and quick for your boy. Archie, before you know it, you will feel better and be loved on much more than normal. Prayers the dentist will do a good job and only one tooth be of problem.

      Poor boy is going to be gumming his food pretty soon.

      Will be watching for an update.
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      Sending good thoughts your way!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Snowshoe View Post
      His mouth will feel so much better soon. Is it a problem to get him in the Vet's door when you are both apprehensive?
      Archie is pretty good about going inside but he is definitely nervous. I try my best to be calm but I know he knows better.

      Thanks everyone for the good thoughts. I'll let you know something as soon as I know.
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      Archie here: I was a sweet boy, licked your face at 5:30 instead of 4:30. Went out, pooped and peed. NOW, WHERE IS MY BREAKFAST!

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