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Dental Xrays

Why are dental x-rays important?

Dental x-rays are a vital part of thorough dental examination and treatment in dogs and cats, just as they are in humans.

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tooth resorption

What’s eating these teeth?

These x-rays show a common condition affecting cats’ teeth called tooth resorption. This is where the cat’s immune system starts mistakenly attacking the teeth, creating holes in the teeth which can be very painful.

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Periodontal disease

What is Periodontal disease?

Periodontal disease is the most common form of dental disease in dogs. It is caused by an accumulation of plaque on teeth and around gums, which eventually builds up to form hard, mineralised tartar called calculus.

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Weight Management in Dogs

Is your dog (ahem!) fat? Are you worried she may also have a urinary tract issue?

If your dog is overweight, she is at increased risk for developing a number of health conditions, including diseases of the urinary tract such as bladder stones and infections. That’s why it’s so important to take your dog to the vet regularly for weigh-ins and advice on how to manage problems related to excess weight.

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Weight Management in Cats

5 ways to avoid roly-poly kitties

With everyone under the one roof all day, there is a risk our cats usual slim, svelte frames may become challenged – not to mention our own!

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