Tag Archives: pet dental health

Pet Dental Health Month: Common Issues and Conditions

A feline dentistry patient

February is National Pet Dental Month. Every year, veterinarians focus on oral health during this awareness month. Oral health is an important focus because, according to the American Animal Hospital Association, by the age of three, most dogs and cats have some dental disease. The Animal Medical Center has a Dentistry Service with members certified

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New at AMC: A Resident in Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery

The Animal Medical Center's Dr. Dan Carmichael inspects a dog's teeth in the Dentistry suite

February is National Pet Dental Month. While you might think nothing could possibly be new about teeth, this year, the Animal Medical Center is celebrating something new in dentistry – the addition of a resident in dentistry and oral surgery to our Dentistry Service. While you may not notice this change as a patient, it’s

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Choosing the Best Veterinary Oral Health Products

A cat wrestles with a toothbrush

February is National Pet Dental Health Month. This annual awareness event highlights the importance of good dental care in pets. To help our readers do the best job possible caring for their pets’ teeth, I am going to highlight the Veterinary Oral Health Council (VOHC) and its work. Who is the VOHC? The VOHC consists

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