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Dry mouth (xerostomia) is a medical condition caused by decreased production of saliva. Numerous salivary glands contribute to salivary flow, which functions to cleanse the teeth, provide moisture to the oral cavity, lubricate food for swallowing, and helps maintain a normal pH balance in the mouth. 

taking care of dog after jaw surgery - austrailian shepherd with ball in his mouth

Jaw fractures can occur in a split second and are always traumatic for both the pet and the pet owner. Most commonly, jaw fractures occur due to trauma or result from periodontal disease.

cat dental toy - black and white photo of a cat playing with a toy

Shopping for pet toys is always fun, whether it be for dogs or cats! Squeaking, crinkling, jingling, or bouncing seems to be a big part of the decision making process. One factor you might not consider with buying a toy or chew is whether it can help with plaque buildup?

how to calm your dog at the vet - long haired greyhound

Medical visits can be stress-inducing for numerous species, including our canine companions. Anxiety can lead to unruly behaviors that may impede a thorough physical exam. Fortunately, there are options for how to calm your dog’s anxiety at the vet.

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