I think that sounds ridiculous! Mr. Peepers didn't have worms and he had puppy breath. Does your puppy have worms?
Kari said:Puppys are notorious for having 'puppy breath'!
:?: What I meant was that it is a very distinct smell and there is nothing wrong with it. :roll:Vanessa said:Kari said:Puppys are notorious for having 'puppy breath'!
What the heck else would you call it then. It's comming from a puppy... Maybe it is normal for puppies to have frog breath :roll: :lol: :lol:
Auggies Mom said:Ok I love puppy breath I think it should be bottled. A little concerned about your vet :roll:
Totally agree. I to this day I miss Bella's puppy breath. She lost it around 11 weeks.xx-nathalie-xx said:Auggies Mom said:Ok I love puppy breath I think it should be bottled. A little concerned about your vet :roll:
i love puppy breath too .....please go to another vet :roll:
at the vet's i used to work at a receptionist and a tech got reemed out for giving "advice" they don't like know it all's especially if the know it all isn't giving accurate info.Yoshismom said:It wasnt the vet it was the vet tech. Yes they did a stool sample the very first puppy visit and it was negative, that was 3 wks prior and I am sure that was right in her face in the charts. I think I will call the vets there and talk to them and see if they agree with her? I have known quite a few vet techs that think they know everything about animals and usually talk out there butt so maybe it is just her. I will let you know.