I have a ten yr. old cat who the vet says needs to have his teeth cleaned. He has no gum problems, swelling redness, etc. In fact he got a clean bill of health at his check up yesterday other than the teeth problem Two years ago the vet told me the same thing. He did a blood workup on the cat and found high liver enzyme. A month later he redid the bloodwork and the liver enzyme was still elevated. I opted to hold off on the teeth cleaning. Now, two years later, this cat has had no health problems. The dr. says he might just use enough gas to get the job done rather than giving a drug that the liver would have to clear out. Need some help deciding. What would you do??
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1/29/08 at 4:52pm