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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...

Saving beagle's remaining teeth

Q:         Our five-year-old Beagle mix, recently had to have some teeth removed because of a bacterial infection.  We’d like to avoid this kind of dental work, in the future.What can we do to prevent infections and preserve her existing teeth? A:         There...

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...
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