“Dentals” at a Veterinary Hospital – What is that Really?

Veterinary Medicine is getting more and more advanced every year. We are learning so much about how to keep our furry friends healthy and happy. We discussed in a previous blog how important dental and oral health, examination, and treatments are. But what do we do when we perform these “Dentals”? There is no big […]

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Exotic Pet Dental Disease

Chinchillas, Guinea pigs and rabbits are the frequent victims. Poor food quality, previous injuries to the jaw, poor genetics and general malocclusion of the teeth are reasons why some of these little guys develop problems. The early signs of this disease include eating less, losing weight, eye or nose discharge, grooming more and excessive drooling.

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Steps to Easier Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth!

Your pet’s teeth are important! Here are simple steps you can follow to brush your fur baby’s teeth:

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What You Need To Know About Brushing Teeth

Pets need help with their teeth, too! Brushing your pet’s teeth can prevent gingivitis, tooth damage and infection. It also makes those surprise puppy kisses way less smelly and makes your cat’s coat healthier.

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Hydrolysed Protein

In a Hydrolysed Protein diet the protein is broken down into its component parts which are smaller and less likely to trigger an allergic reaction.

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