Veterinary dentists will train SPCA to treat pets


Apache the rescue cat and Oma the rescue dog have so many things in common. They both are loving, gentle rescue pets who have the gentlest dispositions and were desperate for a second chance at finding loving homes through adoption. They both also lived in a lot of pain from years of dental neglect prior to their rescue, leading to decay and the necessity of extractions. Their teeth were yellow, their gums black, and their breath was horrible, which some veterinarians say make those rescue pets almost unadoptable.

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