By Rhonda Bell, CVPM, CCFP, CDMP
Many clinics have found National Pet Dental Health Care month challenging because it may discourage clients from recognizing the importance of dental care the other 11 months of the year. Photo: andrianocz/Bigstock
February is traditionally recognized as National Pet Dental Health Awareness Month. Which side of the aisle do you fall on? Are you a “dental care is not a month” party member or do you find yourself in the “dental month” supporter camp? In the veterinary world this seems to be a much-debated topic, almost as divided as politics have been. I set out to talk to as many veterinary professionals across the U.S. as I could, via social media, socially distanced of course, to find out if their practices promote “dental month” in Feb...
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