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Dr. Wilson, Our one year old cat, Gretel, has feline stomatitis. Our vet says there is little to do other than pull all of Gretel's teeth when it gets bad. Gretel has red gums and very bad breath. She still eats well and does not appear in any pain. She does love the side of her face, lower jaw and the outside of her mouth rubbed quite hard. After much research we are trying some different things. We rub PetzLife oral care gel on her teeth and gums twice a day;we spray her mouth with colloidal silver daily; add Dr. Mercola Complete Probiotics, VF Bi Dent from Standard Process,and add CoQ10 for pets to her food daily. We believe this helps but does not cure the disease. We do not want her to have her teeth pulled if it can be helped. Is there anything else we should add to her care? Thank You for your time! Mike DeYoung

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