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What Are the Signs of Dog Dental Disease?

October 16, 2012

Dental disease in dogs is a common ailment that affects canines. It is a health condition that is often overlooked by pet owners. It is important for pet owners to pay extra attention to the condition of their pet’s teeth and gums in order to prevent serious dental disease. Some signs of bad oral health in dogs are clear, but there are more subtle symptoms that require pet owners to pay more attention to the behavior of their dogs. Continue reading →

The First Signs of Dental Disease in Cats

September 19, 2012

Dental disease in cats can be devastating. Periodontal disease is the most common form of dental disease for cats. The effects of dental disease can change a cat’s behavior, and your pet may begin to react completely out of character without offering much insight as to what is happening. Since our feline friends can’t talk, we have to watch carefully for symptoms of injury and disease.  More advanced oral problems such as resorptive lesions and aggressive growths can be found in many felines. It is very important to have regular oral exams done by your veterinarian. Here are some early warning signs of dental disease in cats. Continue reading →

Woman convicted of performing procedure without the supervision of a licensed veterinarian

September 14, 2012

The Ventura County District Attorneys conviction of this unlicensed veterinary medical procedure marks a turning point in local law enforcement’s tolerance of illegal anesthetic free dental service providers in San Diego County and throughout California. Continue reading →

Improve Canine Dental Health from Home with 5 Easy Tips

August 27, 2012

Canine dental health is a very important part of a dog’s wellbeing. Your canine depends on their teeth so maintaining good oral hygiene is essential to keeping them healthy. It’s imperative that you take your dog to a veterinarian to get their teeth cleaned. However, there are some tips that can help you maintain your dog’s healthy teeth throughout the year and prevent problems from creeping up. Continue reading →

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