Author: Rachel Siddall

Depending on the type of procedure a pet has, they often need medications for a few days after surgery. There are several different types of medications a pet might need, and several different formulations available. This allows our veterinarians to prescribe a formulation that will...

Along with Dr. MJ Redman, our board-certified Veterinary Dentist™, you may also meet two other doctors while your pet is receiving care here at Animal Dental Care & Oral Surgery – Dr. Siddall & Dr. McGuirk! Dr. Siddall & Dr. McGuirk are veterinarians whose practice...

At Animal Dental Care & Oral Surgery in Fort Collins, we have a dedicated team ready to care for all of your pet's needs. Today, we want to give you a glimpse of a day in the life of a veterinary dentist.   A Morning as a...

Tooth resorption can occur in dogs (and people!) as well, but it is one of the most common dental conditions seen in cats. Teeth are composed of a pulp chamber, dentin, and enamel. The pulp chamber contains the nerve and blood supply of the tooth,...