Might be a pappiloma, looks like a hard white spot that turns into a wart-like growth, then just falls off. Topper had one on his inner cheek and I totally freaked and rushed to the vet, she said you usually see them in puppies but they are a virus and can be transmitted. Nicky then got one, and Eddie did on his lip. The vet said pups can have many, many of them all in their mouths but they just go away after awhile. Hopefully that's what it is, the vet can tell you for sure.
Anne in Tampa
If it goes away if a few days, maybe your B just bit its own tongue. Otherwise, I'd have the vet check it out. If your dog would let you, get a 2x2 gauze square and pull your dog's tongue out and feel the white spot, and see if it wipes off with the gauze. Since the mouth is always wet, wounds in the mouth tend to look white.
Glad to hear it is getting better. I always panic with anything mouth related because of fear of cancer.
Um Jeremiah, this is a dog. If you can tell me how to train a dog to gargle, I'd love to hear it. While fenugreek is safe for dogs, you do want to check any self-help advice for people and make sure the ingredients are safe for dogs. Too much lime juice can change pH level. Worse the article recommends tea tree oil. It is toxic when ingested.
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