Little Wendy, a 13-year-old dog, recently needed 20 teeth extracted at Second Chance Community Vet Hospital in Worcester.
With Phinney’s help, Wendy underwent a full-mouth extraction to prevent more infection and improve her quality of life. We are so happy we were able to help little Wendy and her mom, Catherine, who couldn’t afford the surgery on her own.
Phinney’s also recently came to the aid of Molly, a 12-year-old Puggle mix. Her person noticed that Molly was struggling to eat. Food would fall to the back of her mouth. This made little Molly make some strange noises, which sounded uncomfortable and possibly painful to her.
Tests at the vet’s office revealed several infected, loose teeth, and Molly needed immediate radiographs and extractions. While her person kept up on routine check-ups, she could not afford dental surgery. We are so pleased that we were able to help so Molly got the care she needed!
Wendy and Molly are just a couple of the many lovable pets we have been able to help through Phinney’s Emergency Program. When you donate, you can help pets like Wendy and Molly get the immediate care they need to address what ails them. Make a donation today to help other pets like Molly and Wendy!
Many Dogs at Risk for Dental Disease
Did you know that, according to an article published by VCA Animal Hospitals, more than 80% of dogs over the age of three have dental disease? Learn how to spot the early signs of dental disease in your pet, along with tips on maintaining your dog's teeth by visiting https://vcahospitals.com/know-your-pet/dental-disease-in-dogs. Other resources for preventative pet care and general safety tips about dental care and other health and wellness topics can be found on Phinney's Care Corner page.
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Are Some Dental Emergency Symptoms and Quick Treatments· Don't touch the root, only the crown · Try to place it back in the socket, if possible, Thank you, amazing post!
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