teeth

Why does my horse need a dental every year?
Horses
Why does my horse need a dental every year?
For many owners, keeping a horse can feel like an endless list of appointments. You basically become your horse's personal assistant! Between the farrier, the vet, and the physiotherapist, we can easily spend many hours…
September 2, 2021 • 17 shares
Why is my cat's mouth so sore?
Cats
Why is my cat's mouth so sore?
Cats, just like humans, dogs and other animals, are susceptible to plaque and calculus accumulation on the tooth surfaces. Along with with the uncomfortable gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) that comes with them. Thi…
June 8, 2021 • 9 shares
Why are my puppy's teeth discoloured?
Dentistry
Why are my puppy's teeth discoloured?
Do puppies have baby teeth? Dogs have baby (deciduous) teeth, the same as we do. Your puppy will already have deciduous teeth by the time you bring them home, as they start to appear (erupt) from about one month old. The…
May 6, 2021 • 2 shares
Puppy dental care - where do I start?
Dentistry
Puppy dental care - where do I start?
Did you know that dental disease is the most common health problem in dogs? Introducing your puppy to having their teeth cleaned, then keeping up the habit for life, is the number one way to help reduce their risk of pai…
March 18, 2021 • 18 shares
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 • 2 shares
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
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