|Are Dental Radiographs Important?||"Dentals" do not mean the same to everyone, and many vets perform "dentals" without intraoral radiographs. Radiographs are important, and no pet should have extractions without them.|
|AVA & Pet Dental Month 2013||A handy information sheet which talks generally about how to keep your pet's mouth healthy - from 2013 and beyond.....|
|Ball exercises||These are great exercises for the young dog which has "Base narrow" or linguoversion of the mandibular canines (technical name). |
|Bones are Bad for Dogs||I am sick of arguing with people who believe dogs eat bones! Not by choice! Otherwise the poor archeologists would have nothing to do! Before you shoot or shout at me, read this info sheet first.
|Gold Standard of Pet Dental Care||For Pet Dental Month in May 2012, we went through the Gold Standard of Pet Dental Care, and listed clinically proven products that are easily available to keep your pet's mouth healthy (and bone free zone)|
|Greenies and Oral Health Care||Greenies are Veterinary Oral Health Council approved - that is they do what they say they do, but only if they are used properly. |
|How to brush teeth||This is a nice, simple information sheet on how to start brushing teeth.
It really is simple.|
|Rabbits have teeth too||A handy AVA handout released for 2013 Pet Dental Month - about the dental care of rabbits|
|What "grade" are your pet's teeth?||Where teeth are concerned, it does not mean that a higher grade is a good thing! |