Tongue and Gum Colors Provide Health Clues

Has your dog’s usual pink tongue color faded somewhat? Take her to the veterinarian. A tongue or gums that go from pink to paler pink could be a sign of anemia — a deficiency of red blood cells — and the cause has to be identified and treated. If her gums or tongue literally go […]
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