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?
Sometimes it seems as the myths about oral and dental health in dogs and cats are endless. Let’s break a few more!
This blog is meant to destroy 5 commonly heard myths on oral and dental health in dogs and cats. 5 beliefs that are dangerous to the animal’s health and well-being.
By applying local anaesthetics we block the transmission of painful stimuli and most commonly we will do this before starting any painful procedure.
Oral and dental diseases are one of the most common problems in small animal veterinary practice, and all cause pain to the animals.