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Old July 24th 03, 06:07 PM
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Dear group

I have seen some wonderful answers to many questions and health
related advice on this NG...I commend all that have helped others, I hope I
can find some answers to my problem today...
My daughter has small pitbull 5 yrs old excellent health other
than we have noticed there was some swelling of his gums very red at first,
but after a round of antibiotics the swelling has not went away..But the
redness has went away but growths are still on back teeth but has color of
healthy gums....My first thought was he had been chewing on some sticks
after a paticularly windy day, I thought maybe just splinters. I 've never
seen a problem like this and have been in the dogs for more than 20
years.......I would appreciate any info group has on this subject.....Will


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