Eyes, Ears & Teeth

Anesthesia Free Pet Dental Cleaning

Posted by on Jun 3, 2012 in Eyes, Ears & Teeth, Health & Wellness, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Yes.  It is true.  There is such a service as anesthesia free dental cleaning for pets.  If you have had your pet’s teeth cleaned in the past, you might have had a bit of hesitation due to the necessity of anesthesia.  Or, your pet might be up in age and never had his/her teeth cleaned. I have to confess, both of my dogs are eight years old, and they have never had their teeth cleaned.  Their teeth look pretty good though because they are fed a high quality diet, consume raw bones and we use dental cleaning products by Tropiclean. It is important to keep your pet’s teeth and gums...

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Bunnies- are they the right pet for you?

Posted by on Apr 18, 2012 in Excercise, Eyes, Ears & Teeth, Health & Wellness, Paws for Thought, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Proper Bunny Care Bunnies.  They are small, cuddly and warm and for many families a welcome addition right around Easter.  In fact, bunny sales spike during this season…as Spring and bunnies go hand in hand. Rabbit rescues are very busy during this time of the year as well.   Many families acquire bunnies with the best of intentions but often children lose interest soon after the Easter festivities end….not to mention, bunnies need far more than a cage and carrots to be happy. Rabbits can make great pets.  They are intelligent, have unique personalities and have a lower cost of entry than a...

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Poochie Smoochie

Posted by on Jun 18, 2009 in Eyes, Ears & Teeth, Health & Wellness, Paws for Thought | 0 comments

Does Your Pooch Have Smoochable Breath? I think I hear a resounding “NO” screaming through the page from many of my readers out there. Even if your dog’s breath is minty fresh, pet oral hygiene should be taken seriously and monitored continuously. This will lead to not only pleasant breathe but could extend the life of your pet. How do you know if your pet’s dental health is less than pearly white? The first indicator is bad breath. I am not talking about typical doggie breath…but a can’t stand to be around you….odor that makes your pooches smooches something to be avoided. Also, discolored...

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