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Senior dog bad breath

The Senior Dog Bad Breath Forum is designed to provide senior dogs, their owners and other dog owners with all the advice and information they need to mntn a clean, happy and healthy mouth for their old age.

I would just say I have a lot of love and respect for all vets and their work and do a lot of research. But when it comes to my own vet, well, that's where I think I may be at my wit's end.

It's not always possible to go somewhere else. I do see my vets because of all the vet's work on dogs I see at the ASPCA's and VCA's as well as the ASPCA's and VCA's own clinics. But when it comes to my own vet, I think we have reached a point where I'd like to know what to do.

I feel a lot of pressure from my vet to do this and that and not do this or that. I'm at my wits end. I can't remember the last time my vet did any testing on me (when I was a puppy).

My vet won't do surgery on me if I don't want it and my blood pressure was a lot higher a few days ago and she had a look at me and then told me it's a really low number for a dog of my age.

I've been asking her if she can test me but she won't even come in the house unless I have a friend or my husband there.

I really think that my vet has a problem.

I want to give her the benefit of the doubt but I think she is out to get me.

My vet sd I look in great health and that all the vet's look at me and I guess that she sees that I'm doing really well.

My vet knows that my husband has been going out of his way to help me and I really respect him and he has helped me so much.

I feel like a victim, that there is some conspiracy or something.

My vet is in the position to get me to do what she wants so I don't go elsewhere but at the same time I know I'm being bullied into doing things.

Do you have any advice?

Awww, I do have some advice for you. If this is indeed the case, as it sounds to be, then I think it might be time to find a new vet.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with a pet having high blood pressure (although you mentioned that you don't know if that is what is happening to you) or being in perfect health. My mother had high blood pressure her whole life, she was never overweight and was never considered obese (I don't think she was even close to that), and she was healthy her whole life and into her late 80's. However, her blood pressure was so high, that she had to be put on medication to control it. Her doctor told her that her blood pressure was so high, that it was in the range of a human on anti-hypertensive medication, and that he was astonished that she was not suffering from hypertension. I think your vet is being a bit too concerned about your blood pressure level, and I don't think she is giving you the best possible care.

As for your other issue, your vet does have a problem, and not just with you. She has a problem with her career. I'm pretty sure that she is not qualified to treat your pets or the pets of your friends. She may be a registered veterinary technician, but she certnly doesn't know how to diagnose, treat, or handle your animals. She should either be trying to become a licensed veterinarian or finding someone who is willing to give her the trning that she needs.

If your vet won't come into your house to perform any procedures on your pets, and doesn't even want to go into your house, then you really have no other option but to find a new vet.

I would just say I have a lot of love and respect for all vets and their work and do a lot of research. But when it comes to my own vet, well, that's where I think I may be at my wit's end.

It's not always possible to go somewhere else. I do see my vets because of all the vet's work on dogs I see at the ASPCA's and VCA's as well as the ASPCA's and VCA's own clinics. But when it comes to my own vet, I think we have reached a point where I'd like to know what to do.

I feel a lot of pressure from my vet to do this and that and not do this or that. I'm at my wits end. I can't remember the last time my vet did any testing on me (when I was a puppy).

My vet won't do surgery on me if I don't want it and my blood pressure was a lot higher a few days ago and she had a look at me and then told me it's a really low number for a dog of my age.

I've been asking her if she can test me but she won't even come in the house unless I have a friend or my husband there.

I really think that my vet has a problem.

I want to give her the benefit of the doubt but I think she is out to get me.

My vet sd I look in great health and that all the vet's look at me and I guess that she sees that I'm doing really well