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How to Prevent Dental Disease in Dogs

Brushing The best prevention is brushing every day. Brushing should be introduced at an early age and made to be a fun experience. If a pet already has the beginnings of dental disease when brushing is introduced, then the swollen and bleeding gums will create a painful and negative experience. If a pet is older, […]

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Dental Care for Dogs

When a pet’s teeth become diseased, all the brushing and diets and additives in the world cannot remove the hard tartar that has accumulated. Just like us, a dental scaling and polishing must be done to remove the accumulated tartar to start fresh. Unfortunately, to clean teeth safely, completely and efficiently, all pets (and some […]

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Medical Mews: Oakley’s Oxalates or Canine Bladder Stones

Oakley* is a 6 year old purebred Bichon whose owners noticed he was really uncomfortable and had difficulty peeing. He was brought in to the Moncton Clinic, where Dr. Duerr discovered Oakley had Bladder Stones. Bladder and kidney stones come in multiple different types; the most common two types are Struvite and Calcium Oxalate. Oakley […]

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Pre-Anaesthetic Bloodwork and IV Fluid Therapy

Whenever an animal is placed under an anaesthetic for a routine procedure such as a spay or neuter, the owner is presented with two options: Pre-anaesthetic Blood work and IV Fluids. While not mandatory in young and healthy animals, IV fluids and Bloodwork provide added benefits to the health of your pet during anaesthesia and […]

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Declawing and Its Alternatives

Cats scratch. It is a natural behaviour. Cats scratch to mark territory, they scratch to condition their nails, and they scratch just because it feels good to them. For their own well being we should not try to prevent cats from scratching, but what do we do if our beloved kitten is ruining our furniture, […]

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