Monthly Archives: February 2016

In the news: Breakthroughs in Stem Cell Therapy – Cats with FCGS


Gingivitis is a condition in which the gum tissues that surround the teeth become inflamed. Stomatitis refers to inflammation affecting other soft tissues in the mouth, such as the inside of the lips, the tongue and under the tongue, or

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Rabbit teeth malocclusion – detection and treatment


What is a malocclusion you might ask? In simple terms, it refers to misaligned teeth. For rabbits, this is a serious condition. Here’s why. Rabbits are born with only one set of teeth – front teeth and back molars, but

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