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Cats
Wikivet blog: oral hygiene - the key to a healthy mouth in pets
It's well known that regular home care of pets' teeth is the only way to ensure optimal dental health, but it's also well known that most owners find this challenging. Dental experts have identified that there are two me…
October 7, 2015 • 2 comments
Pet Diet and Nutrition
Keep Your Rabbits Gnashers Gnawing Gnaturally!
The most common cause of illness in rabbits is poor dental health, they suffer terribly with their teeth and problems can become so severe, it is not unusual for bunnies to be euthansed because of them. However, the news…
June 15, 2012 • 4 shares • 2 comments
Pet Diet and Nutrition
What Your Rabbit Really Needs
Rabbits are really popular pets in the UK, second only to cats and dogs, and they can make great companions. However, despite peoples best efforts their needs are often misunderstood and rather than being treated as the…
August 31, 2011 • 2 comments
Cats
“Please don’t tell me I have to brush my cat’s teeth, because I’d rather keep my fingers...”
My last article talked about a few of the dental problems most commonly seen in cats, and how easily they can be missed by both owners and vets. Remember, a cat with dental disease will probably act just like a healthy c…
May 10, 2011 • 18 shares • 4 comments
Cats
The Importance of Dental Care
There are two types of dental care for pets: that given by the owner at home, and that given by the vet in the surgery. Both are very important to the wellbeing of our pets. It is thought that two thirds of dogs and cats…
September 16, 2010
Epulis: a gum problem seen mainly in boxers.
Dogs
Epulis: a gum problem seen mainly in boxers.
My own two dogs are boxers, Tilly aged 1 year and Martha aged nearly 11...... All breeds have certain conditions to which they are pre-disposed, that is, more likely to suffer from than their friends of other breeds. One…
November 13, 2009 • 617 shares • 67 comments
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