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Fuzzy's Revere: Another Dental Tale

Recently we received some older dogs on a haul. Barbara from the kennel called me and said, “Mr. Wolf, do you know how old these dogs are?” Sure enough, I had requested a 6, 7, 8-year-old. Fuzzy’s Revere was one of those dogs. Born in 2001, she was obviously a brood, used to make more racing greyhounds and was sent to us in full blown heat. I know that if I was in the business of breeding greyhounds, I would want my broods to be as healthy and strong as they possibly could be. But in the greyhound racing industry, they don’t quite feel the same way. Whether they are a brood or stud dog, they just accept that as they age, their teeth will get bad and they will get periodontal disease and that’s the way it is. And that’s the way it was with Fuzzy’s Revere. The photos will give you some sense of her problems. We will update Fuzzy’s progress as time goes on and you will ultimately see how she fares, but unfortunately, if you adopt an older greyhound from anyone except NGAP, you better take a close look at their teeth and gums. They may be clean, but they may not be good. To be continued…

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