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Veterinary Dentist Salisbury NC

Local resource for veterinary dentistry in Salisbury, NC. Includes detailed information on local veterinarians who provide veterinary dental services and treatment for conditions such as gingivitis, periodontal disease, fractured teeth, feline tooth resorption, canine tooth resorption, oral trauma, and feline stomatitis, as well as local resources for advice on dental care for cats and dogs.

Salisbury Animal Hospital, PA
(704) 637-0227
1500 E. Innes St.
Salisbury, NC
 
Gardner, Andy, Dvm - Large Animal Medicine & Surg
(704) 637-0546
3220 Sherrills Ford Rd
Salisbury, NC

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China Grove Animal Hospital
(704) 857-1017
2001 Highway 29 S
China Grove, NC

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Animal Hospital Of Kannapolis*
(704) 938-4606
401 Brookdale St
Kannapolis, NC

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Ashenbrenner, Richard A, Dvm - Cabarrus Animal Hospital
(704) 786-6102
3030 S Cannon Blvd
Kannapolis, NC

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Large Animal Medicine & Surg
(704) 637-0546
3220 Sherrills Ford Rd
Salisbury, NC

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Small Animal Medicine & Surgery, PA
(704) 636-6613
3200 Sherrills Ford Road
Salisbury, NC
 
China Grove Animal Hospital
(704) 857-1017
2001 US Hwy 29 South
Salisbury, NC
 
Cabarrus Emergency Veterinary
(704) 932-1182
1317 S Cannon Blvd
Kannapolis, NC

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Lexington Large Animal Med
(336) 787-4901
376 El Myers Rd
Lexington, NC

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New Campaign Focuses on Equine Dental Health

The American Assn. of Equine Practitioners has launched its “Chew on This” campaign to educate horse owners about the importance of annual dental examinations.

To help veterinarians incorporate the campaign in their practice, AAEP has developed several campaign materials, which can be downloaded at www.aaep.org/dentistry_campaign.htm .

Materials include a complimentary package of the Bayer client education brochure on dental care and a countertop brochure display for the practice; a client education article—“Learn to Recognize Your Horse’s Dental Problems”—for reprint in a newsletter or website; a campaign logo; a campaign advertisement; and a dental care PowerPoint presentation, which provides an overview of the horse’s mouth, preventative dental care and how to address dental problems.

During April, the AAEP’s “Ask the Vet” feature on www.aaep.org will focus on equine dentistry. Lynn Caldwell, DVM, and Elizabeth Schilling, DVM, of the Equine Dentistry Committee will answer questions from horse owners about dental health.

The campaign will run through this year.

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