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Our Benton veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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My Dog Ate Gum: Is That Dangerous?

My Dog Ate Gum: Is That Dangerous?

If you have a dog then you know that they sometimes can't resist eating things they find on the ground. But what happens when it's something that could make them sick? Here, our Benton vets talk about the dangers of xylitol and what to do if you think your dog ate some gum.

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How Many Teeth Do Dogs Have?

How Many Teeth Do Dogs Have?

As a pet parent, it is important to keep an eye on your dog's teeth because oral health issues are fairly common in dogs over the age of 3. Our Benton vets are here to give you the inside scoop about how many teeth your dog should have and why they might be losing teeth.

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Tooth Resorption in Cats

Tooth Resorption in Cats

Tooth resorption in cats is a condition in which the body breaks down and absorbs the structures that support the tooth. Today, our Benton vets talk about the symptoms of tooth resorption in cats and how it can be treated.

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Cat Teeth Cleaning: How to Clean Cat's Teeth?

Cat Teeth Cleaning: How to Clean Cat's Teeth?

If your cat doesn't receive routine dental care it can lead to various uncomfortable dental issues as well as more serious concerns. Our Benton vets talk about how to clean your cat's teeth and why dental cleaning is important to their overall health.

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Managing Dog Pain After Neutering

Managing Dog Pain After Neutering

When it comes to protecting your dog's health and preventing various diseases, one of the best things you can do is to have your dog fixed. Our Benton vets share some of the benefits of neutering your dog and how you can help manage your dog's pain after the surgery.

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Do Dogs Need Their Teeth Cleaned?

Do Dogs Need Their Teeth Cleaned?

Dogs that are experiencing periodontal disease are at risk of other serious complications. The easiest way that you can prevent these issues is through routine dental care and cleaning. Today, our Benton vets discuss dog dental care, whether dogs really need to have their teeth cleaned, and what the benefits are.

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Getting Your Cat Spayed or Neutered

Getting Your Cat Spayed or Neutered

You have brought a new furry little friend into the family, but while you are enjoying those purrs you will also need to think about how to keep them healthy. Our Benton vets discuss having your cat spayed or neutered and why it is important.

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Is a Dog’s Mouth Cleaner Than a Human’s Mouth?

Is a Dog’s Mouth Cleaner Than a Human’s Mouth?

For ages now people have made references to the smell and cleanliness of a dog's mouth. Today, our Benton vets discuss whether a dog's mouth is actually cleaner than a human's and how you can help care for their oral health.

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What To Do If Your Dog Has a Cavity

What To Do If Your Dog Has a Cavity

When it comes to your canine companion, all routine veterinary care is important, this includes dental care. In today's post, our Benton vets talk about dog dental care and what to do if your dog has a cavity.

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Cat Friends: How To Tell That Your Cat Needs Another Cat

Cat Friends: How To Tell That Your Cat Needs Another Cat

While we typically view cats as solitary creatures that love independence, you may be surprised to discover that your feline companion would actually prefer to not be alone. Today, our Benton vets share some ways that you can easily tell that your cat is in need of friendship and wants another cat.

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