CooperDragon":rideojqy said:I agree that some more photos would be helpful. From what I see in the photos, I agree with the others that it doesn't look bad. The soft jaw is concerning, but I don't see signs of mouth rot. Their mouths don't always line up perfectly and a bit of extra tissue around the edges of their mouth is not uncommon. Did the vet take x-rays to verify bone density?
I've included a couple of photos of Dundee for reference that show moderate stomatitis. You can see the redness and how his lips curled and swelled all the way around. More wounded looking than what I see in the photos you posted earlier.
Thank you for your reply. Thanks for the photos - I think Joey has that with the curled lips maybe less severe? The vet didn’t do an X-ray as far as I know - I wasn’t allowed in because of covid. I’m going to attach lots more photos taken just now (excuse the green around her mouth I just gave her a healthy slurry).
Vets tomorrow so hopefully we can do more tests. Please let me know what you think.