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The Problem with Fake, White Teeth

Just recently one of my staff members showed me an advertisement for cosmetic dental cleanings from a pet store.

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My veterinarian mentioned running some other tests/procedures? What would those be for?

(Diabetes Series – Part 7) Author: Kathy Raepple Your veterinarian may recommend additional diagnostic testing depending on how your cat has been responding to the insulin injections.  There are several different tests that may be recommended and for several different reasons: Urinalysis with Urine Culture This test is done to determine if your cat has […]

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Pet Peeves… from a Vets’ perspective! by Dr. Sarah Martin

This may be a recurring topic for me. A forum to rant about some of the misconceptions held in veterinary medicine that have, I think, been propagated by well-meaning vets. Yes, us. How you ask? Well, we give you our clinical impression, we play the odds, we don’t like to charge you more money (really, […]

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Top 3 Signs Your Pet Needs Dental Attention

by Dr. Ashley Woo Bad breath Just because Fluffy drinks out of the toilet doesn’t mean she should be suffering from bad breath.  Halitosis (bad breath) is a very common finding in our pets and is most commonly secondary to dental disease. Bleeding gums When you see blood on Rover’s toy after playing with it […]

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The Tooth, The Whole Tooth, And Nothing But The Tooth

Maxie came into Park Road Veterinary Clinic to have her dental procedure done. The team at Park Road would like all of our clients to have an idea of what it is like for your pets on the day of their dental surgery and how to best prepare your dog, cat or even yourself. CLICK […]

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Diets: Not for the Faint-Hearted!

Most of us have been a bit impressed, if not overwhelmed, by the huge selection of pet diets in our local pet stores.

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