What To Expect At Your Dental Appointment

During Your Pet’s Wellness Visit Your veterinarian and technician will review your pet’s dental health risk assessment prior to your appointment. The health risk assessment will help the team determine your pet’s current dental health and the routine care given at home (i.e. trouble eating, drooling, lost teeth or bleeding gums, brushing, diet, dental chews). [...]


Non-Surgical Alternative to Remove Skin Tags, Eyelid Mass, and Other BumpsAs our pets age, they commonly develop lumps or bumps which may range from a cosmetically inconvenient skin tag to a troublesome wart. Warts can pose a bleeding risk when the pet gets groomed or if the pet is repeatedly licking or chewing at it. [...]

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