Dear Dogster reader,
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Jack and Gypsy Road were playing pretty rough last night. We were trying to split them up. We heard Jack yelp. Didn't notice anything last night, but notice this morning, we noticed that one of his front teeth is lose and pointing outwards...like he has overhang. He ate breakfast this morning and was barking last night, like there is no problem. Tried to call his vet this morning and they are not in, so we'll be calling on Monday. It only hurts him when we touch it, so we aren't touching it. We just want some ideas as to what to do until we get a hold of his vet. We won't be able to get him in until Friday anyway, but my room mate doesn't think that it will kill him or anything. It just looks uncomfortable, but like I stated, he is eating and barking, doing his normal things. No negativity please. I'm not in the mood in for it. I want answers that may help us until he is seen. Thanks.