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What to Expect with Dog and Cat Dental Cleanings

Posted on 06-05-2014

So you have decided to bring your pet in for a dental cleaning.  Do you know what to expect? ·  Prior to the dental procedure an exam is performed to assess your pet&rs...

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Why Are Retained Baby Teeth a Problem?

Posted on 06-05-2014

 “Max” is a two year old little dog that had many retained deciduous (baby) teeth that were causing several dental problems.  The extra teeth were causing his adult teeth to ...

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Your Pet’s Been Sprayed by a Skunk, Now What?

Posted on 06-05-2014

The clinic can’t recommend any commercial products to treat the problem, but Dr. Herrity successfully used this home-made remedy several times.         ...

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How to Remove an Attached Tick

Posted on 06-05-2014

1.  Using a pair of tweezers, grasp the tick by its head, the spot where it is attached to the pet. 2.  Avoid grabbing the tick’s body; stay close to the pet’s skin. 3....

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