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Category: Teeth

When Sticks Get Stuck!

Posted 01.21.20 by Reagan Bugg, DVM

My dog chews on sticks all the time. What’s the big deal? We always worry about foreign objects and getting stuck in places they don’t belong. Usually, we think of things like swallowing a sock or a rock and it getting stuck somewhere in the gastrointestinal tract. That is always an emergency and we recommend a check with your regular...Read More

When Should I Start Cleaning My Pet’s Teeth?

Posted 02.01.19 by Katie Morrill, DVM

Many pet owners understand that their pets will eventually start needing dental cleanings, but when is the right age to start? There is no easy answer! It depends on each individual animal. As a general rule, larger breed dogs keep their teeth cleaner longer, and small breed dogs (I’m looking at you, Yorkies and Chihuahuas!) start needing cleanings at a...Read More

Bad To The Bone

Posted 11.01.17 by Maggie Hutchens Landis, DVM

Penny is a sweet one-year-old three pound female Miniature Pincher who presented to the clinic in April 2017 for weight loss, difficulty swallowing,  and crying out in pain when picked up. She had been recently adopted from another family due to her sudden decline in health and very little history was known. At presentation, she had a good appetite and her stools...Read More

The Ugly Truth About Fractured Teeth

Posted 04.13.16 by Emily Lindsey

Are Fractured Teeth Really a Big Deal? The short answer is: Yes! All fractured teeth run the risk of becoming non-vital (or dead) and infected. Though some tiny, very superficial fractures may never cause a problem, it is always best to have fractured teeth checked by a vet. Any disturbance to the enamel has the potential to cause a bigger...Read More

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