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Dental hygiene is vital at Oradell Animal Hospital

Q: Should I be concerned about my pet’s teeth as they get older?  A:  Absolutely.  This is an excellent question.  Every year that goes by, there is an increase in plaque/calculus build up on the teeth and under the gum line.  Daily brushing can help control build up...

Fort Lee – Oradell Veterinary Group: National Pet Dental Month

February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Some studies claim that only 1 in 10 pet owners properly look after their pets’ teeth, leading to an even more startling statistic: 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have periodontal disease by the age of 3. In hopes of...

Many cats suffer oral lesions

Q:  Our cat, Snickers, recently changed her eating habits and is now refusing to eat dry food. When she does eat, we have noticed that she chews very slowly and carefully. We think her mouth might hurt, but she won’t let us take a look. When we are able to get...
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