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The 5 W’s to Dental Care in Pets

Dental disease is the most common clinical condition among adult dogs and cats.

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Happy Dental Health Month! Fun Fact February!

February and March, we are celebrating Dental Health Month. Here are a few fun facts about your pet’s mouth!

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What’s Involved in a Dental Cleaning?

To do a full and proper dental cleaning on your pet, they are placed under an anesthetic. Cleaning cannot be done adequately on an awake animal because unlike people; pets will not sit still while we scale and polish their teeth.

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Are Retained Deciduous Teeth Painful and Cause Problems For Your Pet?

Here is everything you need to know about deciduous teeth. Have you ever looked in your new little puppy’s mouth? Today is the day to take a peak. Retained deciduous(Baby) teeth is a real problem in certain breeds. A retained baby tooth occurs when the baby tooth root does not resorb as they are supposed […]

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“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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July 2019 Calendar

Written by: Moncton Animal Hospital

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