Dog Dentist

The surging popularity and positive feedback for the previous eight page editions of Talk With The Animals saw issue number six again double in size — to 16 pages, meaning even more in-depth articles. Distribution was also increased, with copies being delivered to every home, farm and business from Myrtleford down to Dinner Plain. The popularity of the newsletter with visitors also saw the Winter 2011 issue being placed in motels, cafés and caravan parks across the region.

In this issue we covered the nightmare epidemic of poor oral health care in dogs and cats, plus feline viral infections, keeping ferrets as pets, feline osteoarthritis, roundworm in goats, and Dr Bek’s guaranteed DIY treatment for horses suffering a painful greasy heel affliction.

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