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Sarah McCuen
Dental Shocker
Sun Jan 22, 2017 6:16am

Cooper, 2yrs. (Mindi and Sammy) had to have dental cleaning and x-rays. This procedure is done under anethesia. We were quite surprised that at his young age, and one that chews on favorite bones and toys, that he would need this. His gums were red and there was plaque on his incisors--no doubt that he was headed for possible gingivitis if not treated. Has anyone experienced this situation with their doodle?

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