Case Studies

Bad Breath In Dogs – Noelene’s Testimonial

Bad breath in dogs is a very common problem. Although not a disease in itself, it is a symptom of periodontal (gum) disease. This was certainly the problem with Cleo. What Causes Bad Breath In Dogs? The smell is the accumulation of bacteria and pus around the teeth...

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Stomatitis (CUPS) In Dogs – Deborah’s Testimonial

What Are Stomatitis and CUPS In Dogs? Stomatitis in dogs refers to inflammation of the mucous membranes of the mouth and lips. This means that dogs will be very sore and red on their gums and the insides of their lips. A type of stomatitis in dogs is CUPS, which is an...

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Dr Christine Hawke Is Moving To Rosebery and Crows Nest

After almost nine years of providing a veterinary dental service together, Sydney Pet Dentistry and the Animal Referral Hospital are parting ways, with Dr Christine Hawke’s last ARH Dentistry Day being Thursday 13th September 2018. There will be no disruption to her...

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Base Narrow Canines: The Ultimate Guide

'Base narrow canines' is one of the most common conditions that I get called about in puppies. The technical name for it is 'linguoverted canines'. This problem arises a couple of different ways. One is where the lower jaw is the right length but the lower canines (or...

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My Dog Has Bad Breath!

What IS it with dog bad breath? It’s widespread enough that we use the term dog breath as an insult, yet a sign of potentially serious disease that is too often overlooked. It’s offensive enough that it can make your nose hairs curl, yet frequently ignored for years...

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