Getting set up at the Dr's office.
(After all, one must travel with your best buddies)
Some of our last few bites of pellets for awhile... we are going to be on a pellet free diet for a month to monitor molar growth and to encourage hay eating and natural grinding.
Sabre only has his one signature narwhal tooth in the front, which was trimmed a bit, but left intact since it doesn't affect his dentition, and, quite frankly, its adorable. He also uses it like a visual assistance cane - poking it on everything. This is good news for his incisor progress, but he had 'severe sharp angles and points' to his molars. So, he had his first molar trim. Fortunately, there was no damage to his mouth tissues. and other than that, he is a 'healthy' lethal.
He handled the visit like a champ. He was running around hollering for the veggies I bought while he was in his appointment and of course making friends with the staff.
He was SO excited to suck the parsley in like spaghetti with his new functional toofers!
What? I didn't get nuttin'!
He is such a trooper! and is currently chowing down on corn husks and a sprinkling of shredded carrots. Ed is joining him, Timon, is sleeping ;)
Although I am currently trying to re-home 4 of my piggies due to recent financial collapse, I hope one day soon I can help you all with transport, at least. I live in Maryland and may be able to help out on the "East Side" if you all ever need a hand navigating this Coastline.
Amazing and so inspiring.