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Living in Colorado Springs offers people the beauty of nature right at their doorstep. With the stunning landscapes and diverse wildlife, it’s a nature lover’s paradise. However, for pet owners, the proximity to wildlife can pose some concerns. Protecting your pets from local wildlife encounters...

Feline Chronic Gingivostomatitis (FCGS) is a severe, painful inflammatory condition affecting the gums and oral mucosa (the mucous membranes inside the mouth) of cats. This disease is characterized by chronic inflammation and ulceration of the gums and other tissues in the mouth, leading to significant...

As our beloved canine and feline companions gracefully age, they bring boundless joy and cherished memories. Yet, with aging come inevitable changes in their health, including dental issues. Like humans, senior dogs and cats require extra attention to maintain oral hygiene. However, unlike most humans,...

YES, THEY CAN! While tooth loss in dogs may seem like a significant obstacle, there are various ways to ensure they can still eat comfortably and happily. Let's delve into some strategies and tips to help your toothless furry friend enjoy mealtime to the fullest.   6...

Oral cysts in dogs can vary in type and severity, but they're typically diagnosed and treated through a combination of clinical examination, imaging techniques, and sometimes biopsy. The most common cause for oral cysts in dogs is impacted teeth. These can be seen in any...

Dental X-rays, also known as dental radiographs, play a crucial role in veterinary dentistry. Indeed, a thorough evaluation of the oral cavity is only feasible with intra-oral dental radiographs or more advanced imaging called cone-beam CT imaging. The latter is often referred to as a...

When a dog chips a tooth, it can lead to various issues, and the severity of the consequences depends on the extent of the damage. Your veterinarian can determine the extent of the damage and what treatments may be indicated. Quite often this requires an...