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Friday, September 28, 2012

Small Dog Non- Anesthetic Dental Cleaning, Ultrasonic Scaling & Polishing

I recently had posted this article on this blog, concerning regular teeth cleaning routines for our small friends.
http://www.roadsend-papillons-phalenes.com/2012/09/papillon-phalene-dogs-toy-breeds.html

And someone left a valuable message related to this article:
"we've had excellent results from non-anesthetic teeth cleaning available through our vet".
Yes, these wonderful options are available in bigger cities, at various parts in the USA.
I advise you to seek these veterinarian services out in your area.
But I also do want to point out that you make sure to go to a licensed veterinarian. As I researched this procedure, I stumbled over plenty of complaints, and health problems, when pet owners did not seek a licensed establishment.
Here are some articles you may want to click on and read before you decide:
http://www.examiner.com/article/the-reality-of-anesthesia-free-pet-dentistry
http://www.dogs4dogs.com/doggydental2.html




2 comments:

  1. Thank you for the additional information concerning non-anesthetic teeth cleaning. I should have been more specific when I commented about the process. This was something recommended to me by my vet. My paps teeth are cleaned by a registered dental hygienist who performs the service at my vet's office. She provides a comprehensive written report to my vet, which my vet then shares with me. If the hygienist finds any serious problems then my vet knows about them immediately. i have seen these services offered at local pet stores for much cheaper, but I prefer to have the cleaning done at my vet's office.

    I try to be diligent about brushing their teeth at home, but like humans, periodically their teeth still need a thorough cleaning.

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