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Veterinary Clinics Offering Anesthesia Free Teeth Cleaning in Texas and USA

Well Animal Institute LLC, Brighton, CO

Hillside Veterinary Clinic, Dallas, Texas

Hillsdale Animal Hospital, North Carolina 

Murphy Veterinary Hospital, Murphy, Texas

Wilmington Animal Hospital, Wilmington, DE

Sachse Veterinary Hospital, Sachse, Texas

Martin Downs Animal Hospital, Palm City, Florida

Animal Medical Center of Richardson, Richardson, Texas

CrossRoads Animal Clinic, Arlington, Texas

Dr. Jyl's Veterinary Hospital and Mobile Veterinary Service, Orangevale, California

Becker Animal Hospital, Northfield, IL

Hillside Veterinary Clinic, Dallas, Texas

Companion Animal Clinic, Fairfax Station, VA




Professional Outpatient Preventive Dentistry (POPD): Can It Be Done Safely and Effectively Without the Use of General Anesthesia?


Study On Professional Outpatient Preventative Dentistry (POPD) (Abbreviated)

Mayra Urbieta, DMD, Stephanie Sur, DVM, Patrick Hardigan, PhD, Darren Pike, DMD, MS and Chad Orlich, DMD Can It Be Done Safely and Effectively Without the Use of General Anesthesia?


Pet Dental Services, Did you know that your pet’s oral health is very similar to your own? 


Understanding anesthesia in canine dentistry, October 17, 2019

By Nancy Brock, DVM, DACVAA and Kris Kruse-Elliott, DVM, PhD, DACVAA


Alternative therapies for improving quality of life in senior pets, Using a preventive approach, veterinarians can guide older pets into healthy, comfortable geriatric years

October 1, 2019, By Nicole Sheehan, DVM, CVA, CVFT, CVFT • VetriScience Pro Line


Increasing geriatric pet visits,  Let’s get fearful owners into the clinic first and then gain their trust so we can make the best recommendations, May 29, 2019, By Mary Gardner, DVM


Taking the fear out of anesthesia, Pet owners need a safe, open environment to share their concerns about anesthesia, January 19, 2018, By Ryane E. Englar, DVM, DABVP (Canine and Feline Practice) and Wendy S. Myers, CVJ


Avoiding fatalities during veterinary dental procedures, How to identify and contain life-threatening risks associated with dental procedures, September 11, 2017, By John Lewis, VMD, FAVD, DAVDC


Canine Breed-Specific Considerations for Anesthesia, Everything you need to know about anesthesia and how it affects the various dog breeds., December 8, 2014, By By Martin J. Kennedy, DVM, and Lesley J. Smith, DVM, Dipl. ACVAA


Why You Should Wake up to the Realities of Anesthesia, Knowing how a drug works, its effects and any side effects can improve the safety of veterinary anesthesia, October 6, 2014, By Don Jergler


Giving oral health a stronger bite, Growing awareness among vets and pet owners about the importance of good oral health for animals is brightening the dental health outlook for pets, October 2, 2018, By Julie A. Jacob ; 

..."A 2016 Canadian survey commissioned by Royal Canin and conducted by the market research firm Ipsos found only six per cent of cat owners and 15 per cent of dog owners brush their pet’s teeth daily or a few times a week. Interestingly enough, 80 per cent of dog owners and 84 per cent of cat owners strongly agreed or somewhat agreed brushing their pet’s teeth was important for their pet’s dental health...."

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