Does your dog love playing fetch with sticks or tennis balls, diving for rocks, chewing on hooves, antlers, ice-cubes or chasing bikes and cars? It is time to change these behaviours. Why?
During the pandemic restrictions we learned the value of “live” meetings, but realized there is place for online education as well!
Odontogenic cysts are epithelial-lined cavities containing fluid in the jaws. These lesions cause animals discomfort and may enlarge significantly leading to several potential complications, therefore they should be diagnosed and treated early.
It was not an easy 2021 to travel and work, but with good organisation we realized quite a few very nice (and safe) live meetings to add to those continued online. This definitely gives us hopes for a creative and lively 2022!
Dogs, too, can suffer from malocclusion. See your veterinarian, if you have noticed malocclusion in your dog.
I believe the best things in life happen when good people join with the same good goal.
Despite mostly working on rescheduling our 2020 events, we were not just waiting for the life to happen again 😊. We were still able to run some of the events online, we consulted more clients and vets via telemedicine and we have kept ourselves busy by planning the future!
Learning is not a race against time. The most important is not to skip the steps in the learning process; if your dog is not sovereign in a step, go one step back and train more.