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An Epidemic and Common Cause of Subclinical Chronic Pain

Periodontal disease is the number one health problem in small animal patients. By two years of age, 70% of cats and 80% of dogs have some form of periodontal disease.

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Feline Oral Resorptive Lesions

Feline oral resorptive lesions are second only to periodontal disease in the incidence of oral disease.

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What Really Happens to Your Pet When They Have Fractured Teeth

Fractured teeth are a very common occurrence in dogs and cats. They can break due to trauma (hit by a car, ball, or rock) or due to chewing on hard objects. Any tooth can break, however some teeth are fractured more than others.

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Feline Odontoclastic Resorption Lesions (FORLs)

When looking at my own cat’s mouth, I noticed that she had a sore lesion on the gum line that looks like a cavity, I see these frequently in the exam room, and often owners don’t even realize they are there.

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Dental Appointment – A Letter From George

Good afternoon everyone, I saw Dr. Doucette this afternoon because I chipped my tooth yesterday. 

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A few weeks ago, I had to say goodbye to my old dog Brutus. It was sad & heart breaking…

Lise Chiasson

I have used Westwood Hills Pet Focus for almost 5 years. I couldn’t be happier with the staff. Every single…

Leslie Gluckman

Dr. MacDonald is very nice. My dog seems to really like him. Getting appointments are easy. The front staff are…

Skye Herritt

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Why do Cats Seem to Have Nine Lives?

Some people believe cats have nine lives because they have an uncanny ability to survive falls from heights that would normally kill a dog or human.

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