The platelets are fine, so is the hematocrit. Urea close enough.
Someone said all dogs, but different breeds do in fact have different "normals" on some.
Bad breathe.. means you really need to get a vet who puts her under and does a thorough teeth cleaning. Most dogs have dental problems by 3 but people think if the top looks okay, under the gums are. A vet who cleans without putting under is ripping you off and going against medical standards.
I'll run the numbers by my vet friend who has basenjis in her practice.
Most vets do full panels now, and they are actually fairly accurate, but it's better, in my opinion, to send into somewhere like Michigan. Not to say I don't trust Dodds, but when you have a pet peeve, you scratch it a lot. Have known several people whose dogs were well within normal limits and she claimed they had thyroid issues. If you absolutely have a dog with issues, yes, I'd run the results by her.
Your vet should be able to explain the results instead of blow you off. But in the meantime, I'll see if I can get a quick general answer.