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Why does my cat have “neck lesions”?
Cats
Why does my cat have “neck lesions”?
‘Neck lesions’, more properly feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions (FORL), are a common dental issue in cats. They are thought to affect more than 70% of cats over the age of 5. In the early stages, these lesions may…
November 15, 2020
Fact Vs Myth: Dental Disease in Pets
Cats
Fact Vs Myth: Dental Disease in Pets
We all want the best for our pets and we would certainly never see them in pain or suffering without intervening. However, dental disease can be a common feature in many animals’ lives, causing them a great deal of disco…
February 28, 2020 • 20 shares
Sometimes it's not teeth - other causes of bad breath in pets.
Cats
Sometimes it's not teeth - other causes of bad breath in pets.
What can cause bad breath? Bad breath, or halitosis, is very common in dogs and cats; however, there are a wide range of possible causes. Some are simple to treat; others less so – but bad breath is almost always symptom…
February 4, 2016 • 216 shares • 86 comments
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
Dentistry
Ask a vet online-‘I have an 8 year old Maltipoo who has had teeth and gum problems for the last 4 years.’
Question from Mary Collins O’Hara: I have an 8year old Maltipoo who has had teeth and gum problem for the last 4years. He had 8teeth pulled, including some teeth on the bottom front, so now he drools all the time and he…
April 22, 2014 • 2 shares
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
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