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Milo has a minor fracture in his foot, so he's coming to see us weekly for bandage changes.

As you can see, the staff are enjoying the opportunity to be a bit creative, and Peach is still unsure about this other furry creature her people seem to like so much!
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Milo has a minor fracture in his foot, so hes coming to see us weekly for bandage changes.

As you can see, the staff are enjoying the opportunity to be a bit creative, and Peach is still unsure about this other furry creature her people seem to like so much!

2 weeks ago

Petcare Brackenbury

Meet Nico.

Nicos' owner brought him in to see us a couple of weeks ago, after noticing that Nicos' breath was very smelly and he was struggling to eat his food.

When examining Nicos' mouth, Chris found severe dental disease. Nicos' mouth was full of infection and the majority of his teeth were loose and falling out.

This would have been extremely painful and explains why he was having trouble eating.

Dental disease is one of the most common problems we see in animals, but it is also one of the most treatable.

Years of never brushing their teeth leads to tartar and bacteria build up in their mouths. Not only can it cause smelly breath and pain, but if left untreated, the bacteria can spread into the bloodstream and affect other things like the kidneys, liver and heart.

By taking your beloved pet for regular check-ups to your vet, brushing their teeth or even feeding a specially formulated Dental diet, you can help to keep their mouths healthy and pain-free.

Nico had a general anaesthetic to have his rotten teeth removed and any healthy ones cleaned. Chris ended up taking out 14 teeth!

Nico has since been back in for a checkup. His gums have healed, the pain has gone, he is eating well again and his owner is over the moon!
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Meet Nico.

Nicos owner brought him in to see us a couple of weeks ago, after noticing that Nicos breath was very smelly and he was struggling to eat his food.

When examining Nicos mouth, Chris found severe dental disease. Nicos mouth was full of infection and the majority of his teeth were loose and falling out. 

This would have been extremely painful and explains why he was having trouble eating.

Dental disease is one of the most common problems we see in animals, but it is also one of the most treatable.

Years of never brushing their teeth leads to tartar and bacteria build up in their mouths. Not only can it cause smelly breath and pain, but if left untreated, the bacteria can spread into the bloodstream and affect other things like the kidneys, liver and heart.

By taking your beloved pet for regular check-ups to your vet, brushing their teeth or even feeding a specially formulated Dental diet, you can help to keep their mouths healthy and pain-free.

Nico had a general anaesthetic to have his rotten teeth removed and any healthy ones cleaned. Chris ended up taking out 14 teeth!

Nico has since been back in for a checkup. His gums have healed, the pain has gone, he is eating well again and his owner is over the moon!

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