With Thanksgiving literally right around the corner, you might be thinking about traveling, family plans, and what dish to bring to dinner. Keeping pets safe during the Thanksgiving holiday, however, is also so important to consider.
The most common dental condition cats deal with is known as feline tooth resorption, according to Dr. Django Martel, a board certified veterinary dentist at the Animal Medical Center in New York City. “Feline tooth resorption is an attack by the body to the teeth,” he says.
MerckVetManual.com, has added a series of video interviews with its editorial board members to its collection of digital resources. In the videos, editorial board members discuss their personal experiences in the field, provide career advice, and explore current issues in animal health.
Dr. Ann Hohenhaus weighs in on a question about a cat eating too quickly.
From grain free to holistic, some pet parents say they’re feeling shamed for not buying the latest and greatest gourmet food. But just because it’s popular in the dog park, is it really better for your pet? Between personal opinions and persuasive marketing campaigns, it’s enough to drive the average pet parent absolutely nuts.