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See us talking about pet dental care on Fox 2

This morning, Dr. Andrea Putt, of Commerce Village Veterinary Hospital, and I went on Fox 2 / Detroit to talk about the importance of canine and feline dental care.

This is also the topic of our workshop coming up on Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016.  THERE IS
STILL TIME TO REGISTER – CLICK HERE!

Here is a link to the video on the Fox 2 website: http://www.fox2detroit.com/good-day/93121133-video

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Here we are in the Fox 2 “ green room” waiting to go on live TV.  This is  me  with Niko. We are going to show viewers what the symptoms of dental disease look like in a cat.

Niko, who was recently adopted at age 13, is showing signsof dental disease and will be going in for a dental cleaning soon.

The dog in the picture is Esthme along with her person, Beth. Esthme was on camera having her teeth brushed by Dr. Putt.

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Find out about pet “comfort care” at Pain doesn’t have to hurt, our Pawsitively Healthy workshop on Thursday, November 19, 2015, at my White Lake (Highland Rd.) store

Pain doesn’t have to hurt will be held Thursday, November 19, 2015, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., at my White Lake store at 6845 Highland RdSpace is limited; advance registration required. Please remember to leave your pets at home.  Donation is $5 per workshop.  All proceeds go to Elizabeth Lake Animal Rescue.   Register at  http://www.nootersclub.org/PSPworkshops.htm

If you have a pet that is recovering from an injury, an ill pet, or older pet tha is in pain, pet products manufactures have come out with a wide variety of items designed to make pets more comfortable at home.  We will be sharing information on a number of these products at our Pain doesn’t have to hurt workshop on Thursday, November 19 at my White Lake (Highland Rd.) store.

In addition to veterinary care, pets in pain often benefit from small changes that you can make to their environments at home.  These products do not replace veterinary care, but WORK IN CONJUNCTION with what your veterinarian may prescribe.  Some of the products that we have found that can make pets more comfortable include:

  • Beds with extra padding and sleeping pads
  • Steps and ramps to help pets access furniture and vehicles
  • Heating pads – great for aging pets
  • Oral supplements to soothe painful joints

These products can be found throughout our store.  Be sure to ask one of our team members – they will be happy to assist you.  It helps to know your pet’s size and weight so that they can help you choose products that will be most appropriate to your pet.

Be sure to check back for more Pawsitively Healthy workshops!   Upcoming topics include kidney disease, arthritis,  thyroid disease and more.