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Q. My little 5 year old dog has had left and right mandibulectomy . He has making a good recovery, but has not stopped eating and drinking?

A. Can I ask you to post your question again? It's a little confusing, as you said "has not stopped eating and drinking". Did you mean he HAS stopped eating and drinking? Because if he's eating and drinking after a bilateral mandibulectomy I'd think he'd be doing great.

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DR. CHRISTIE LONG, D.V.M., C.V.A.

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