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Dan O’Neill, Senior Lecturer in Companion Animal Epidemiology Periodontal disease describes the most common form of dental disease in dogs, spanning a spectrum from inflamed gums to deeper infections that can ultimately lead to tooth …
Dental problems in small mammals are seen daily by the RVC Exotics Service in Camden, with rabbits being the most commonly affected species. The more challenging cases, however, are the smaller species which also suffer from similar problems.
Rabbits make up a large part of the caseload at RVC Exotics Service, Based at the RVC Beaumont Sainsbury Animal Hospital in London, it was one of the first practices in the UK to be graded by the Rabbit Welfare Association & Fund as Gold Standard in rabbit care.