Originally Posted by BenMax
Don't cry L4H - (I already did that for us all). She is going to be just fine. I will do whatever I can for the little monkey.
I added the yogurt and I am not sure but I think it was too cold and maybe in pain. She would want to eat it but would look at me with eagerness, but stopped eating. I think the coldness of the yogurt hurts her mouth. Man I wish I was a dog communicator so I could know how she is feeling.:sad:
But warm broth is a good idea. Thanks.
Of course it may, she may have a crack or exposed nerve.
The poor girl.
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