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Veterinary Dental Services, LLC
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#tbt #puppy #vetslife
Throwback Thursday to when Dr. Shope adopted her dog, Annie.
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Happy Wednesday!
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Our AAHA accreditation requires that we undergo a rigorous review by veterinary experts every three years. Surprisingly, not all animal hospitals go through this process! You can take pride in the fact that your pet receives care from a practice accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association. http://ow.ly/oaya30iZwWr
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Need to refer a patient to us? You will be happy to know we have been working hard on streamlining the process for you, the referring veterinarian. Now you can complete referral forms online and upload your patient's medical records. Check it out! http://ow.ly/vOv330iZzTo
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Staff Pet Sunday
Say hello to Remington (Remi), one of Amanda's dogs. Remi can often be seen behind the front desk with as many toys as possible in his mouth. He prefers toys by West Paw Design though. Amanda adopted Remi when he was just 7 weeks old and we have all enjoyed watching him grow.
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Remember to keep the pets away from the green beer!
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Cajun recently came in for a recheck of a cyst that we found at his first visit. The area has healed well and he is doing great!!!
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Dino, a protection dog, came to see us for a fractured lower canine tooth (with pulp exposure). We performed a root canal to save the tooth, then did crown impressions. Dino came back two weeks later to have his crown placed. See his before and after photos below.
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Sampson, whom we posted about in November, also had a 'bouquet' of first premolars! He had three maxillary first premolars bilaterally.
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