Bite into these veterinary resources

Bite into these veterinary resources

These dental sites will help you and your veterinary clients.
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Feb 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

Still hungry for more information? Check out these dental sites, recommended by Dr. Laura McLain.

1. Study up. The American Veterinary Dental College has information for you, your team, and pet owners. Check out http://avdc.org/ to learn more about how to keep cats and dogs healthy.

2. Understand dentistry. Visit http://toothvet.ca/ to download issues of Dr. Fraser Hale's dental newsletter, The Cusp, and find links to chapters in his book, Understanding Veterinary Dentistry.

3. Search the site. The website for Animal Dentistry & Oral Surgery Specialists in Oshkosh, Milwaukee, and Eden Prairie, Minn., includes dog and cat dental articles, including information about oral tumors, jaw fractures, and more. Check it out: http://mypetsdentist.com/.

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