FDA Dog Teeth Warning – No Bones About It!

One of the most common problems we see are broken dog teeth –  specifically slab fractures of the upper carnassials. These are the big teeth on the side of the mouth that dogs chew with in a scissor-like action. When they fracture the whole side of the tooth snaps off, resulting

Do Dog Chews Really Work?

  There is a lot of debate about whether dog chews really are effective at controlling bad breath and gum disease in our pooches. Questions such as Which dog chews are effective? and How often should my dog be given a dog chew? come up regularly in veterinary consultations. The

Veterinary Nurse Training – Everyday Skills to be Proud of

Christine has been running nurse workshops on behalf of Crampton Consulting in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. The workshops have been very well received, with an emphasis on the following: Practical techniques Equipment use and maintenance Welfare in veterinary dentistry Disease reco