With the support of Dentalaire, iM3, Foundation donations and the generous efforts and time provided by Dr. Barry Rathfon and Dr. Deborah Hodesson, training was provided to Center Valley Animal Rescue in Quilcene, WA.
Dr. Santiago Peralta, DVM, Dipl. AVDC, FF-AVDC-OMFS, and his collaborators received a $10,000 grant from the Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry
Cone-beam computed tomography and pathology of canine temporomandibular joint osteoarthritis: an agreement study
Principal Investigator: Boaz Arzi DVM, DAVDC, DEVDC, Founding Fellow AVDC OMFS, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis
The history of the Dental Wet Labs at the SAVMA Symposium dates back to the development of the Veterinary Dental Educators (VDE) committee by Dr. Heidi Lobprise when she originally introduced it as the University Program Committee to stimulate veterinary dental education at the veterinary medical universities in North America. VDE was a committee of the American Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS) that is currently the Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry. In 2002 Dr.
Tooth decay, gum infections and bad breath often make rescue animals undesirable to potential forever homes. But, it's a steep price to pay to fix these issues.
The SPCA of Northern Nevada received free training and dental equipment to help combat this problem, thanks to the "Make Me Smile" program, part of the nonprofit group, Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry.
At the SPCA of Northern Nevada, about 90% of their animals are rescued from rural parts of Nevada and they often come in with dental problems, according to Executive Director, Jill Dobbs.
Reno, NV-(Dec. 11, 2015) Jaxson would make the perfect pet for a family with young children. The 5 year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi is gentle and loving with a sweet disposition. However years of neglect have left the dog with bad breath and ugly stains on his teeth that officials say make him practically unadoptable. “Animals with periodontal disease are extremely difficult to place for adoption”, according to Veterinarian Dr.
Veterinary Dentists Are Bringing Shelter Pets and Adopters Together
"Make Me Smile Shelter Project" means sweeter breath and better health for homeless pets
Martinez, CA (Dec. 3, 2014) – Pets in animal shelters have a new ally in their search for homes: veterinary dentists.