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What Does a Knee Cap Have to do With Teeth?

  Dogs love to chew and depending on the dog, the treats we give them do not last long at all. Usually the harder the treat, the longer they last, however, there is a downside to those long lasting hard treats. Teeth are covered by enamel which is the hardest surface in a dog’s body. […]

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Guidelines for Dental Home Care

Did you know that one of the most common clinical conditions occurring in adult dogs and cats is dental disease?

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Resorptive Lesions in Cats

Resorptive Lesions are a very painful and unfortunately a common dental problem that at least 50% of the cat population suffers from. There is no known cause as to why this occurs. Resorptive Lesions formerly called  “Feline Oral  Resorptive Lesions” (FORL), occur when the body starts to breakdown the root until the crown of the […]

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Dental Care for Pets

Pets need dental care too; we’ve all heard this before when we bring our pets to their Vet appointments, but what does that mean? As humans we brush our teeth twice daily and go to our regular dentist appointments (for the most part anyways), but unfortunately our pet’s teeth do not get the same attention. We’ve […]

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What Causes Bad Breath in Dogs?

Pond scum. This is the stuff that sits on the top of the water on ponds, puddles or swamps where the flow of water is not very good. This pond scum is usually a green to brown colour, it is a living community of all sorts of nasty things like bacteria, algae and protozoa and […]

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Cleaning Your Dogs Ears

In this two-part video, we discuss the anatomy of your dog's ears and demonstrate how you can do it yourself with an ear cleaning solution and cotton balls! 

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