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Ever wonder how to brush a cat's teeth? Often we seem to focus on brushing our dog's teeth, but cats get periodontal disease too! Take a look at an educational video on how to brush your CATS teeth!

Feline oral resorptive lesions are second only to periodontal disease in incidence of oral disease.  These lesions can be excruciatingly painful, especially when they are advanced. If you probe one of the lesions even under general anesthetic, the cat will react. However, most cats will not show evidence of oral pain, even when the tooth is fractured with an exposed root canal. Please read more on Feline Resorptive Lesions. OUCH!

National Pet Dental Month!

Do you know what it really entails to clean your pet’s teeth? Many people have asked me, why is it so expensive?? Why can't you just "pull the tooth out"? Please allow me to share with you what it entails to have your pet's teeth cleaned so that you can be better educated about pet oral health.But first, take a look at this awesome video!

This is a very informative video shared by The Veterinary Information Network. Take a look and then continue to read the rest of the article. Thanks pet friends! 

Thank you for visiting our Blog, letting us care for your fur family and thank you for being responsible pet owners! To schedule your pet's exam call 480-987-4555 Often people hold off too long on caring for their pet’s teeth. Some of the most common reasons are:

· Cost of the procedure (anywhere from $300-$,1,000)and even more sometimes!

· Unable to make time for appointment (simpl…


"Have a heart for chained dogs," It's the time of year when you see it on the news.

News in the cold country. Neighbors who leave their pets outside in the sub zero temperatures. They think it's "Okay", they're "Just dogs" they live outside in the wild all the time! Really? Well I'm not sure about your dogs but mine are domesticated. They are accustomed to living indoors. They do not have a "Den" outside to keep them warm and safe from the elements of the cold.

Could I ever imagine one of my beloved dogs chained to the hood of a camper which is lying on the ground un-used? Nope.......

Could I ever imagine one of my beloved dogs chained by a stake under a sole standing tree in the back of my 1/2 acre lot? Nope........

How about chained by the front or back door step, that's good, right? This way they feel they're partly inside, partly a part of the family? NOPE!

My dogs are "family" and many of you will agree. I…

Valentine's Day Toxins to pets

It’s the Love month!

Love is in the air for many of us, but sometimes the wrong kind of love can put our pets in danger! The following are common toxins that are frequently seen during Valentine’s Day. Please keep these in mind over Valentine’s Day. Some common Toxins to pets:
·Lilies: frequently sold in Flower Shops and delivered for this special day. The toxin in this beautiful flower can be found in the petals, leaves, pollen or in the vase water. Lilies are extremely toxic to cats. They can cause acute kidney failure within one or two days of exposure. If not treated, death is likely. Ingestion of just one or two leaves or petals is enough to kill a cat. For dogs, usually just mild Gastrointestinal upset is seen. The signs of lily toxicity include: oSalivation oVomiting oReduced appetite oLethargy ·Chocolate: How much chocolate is deadly? The main toxic ingredient, theobromine is a chemical similar to caffeine but it’s highly toxic to both dogs and cats. The darker the chocolate, the…


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