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Kodiaks, kinkajous and more: Exotic animal dentistry and the Peter Emily Foundation

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An inside look at one of veterinary medicine's most fascinating specialties

Dentistry, like other aspects of veterinary medicine, presents special problems when the patient in question is an exotic animal. Here Russell Farrelly, a Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation board member and general manager of iM3, which manufactures and distributes veterinary-specific dental products, summarizes the state of exotic dentistry and explains what veterinarians should know about the foundation.

 

 

Yes, even bears get tooth aches. Listen as Russell Farrelly talks about some of the unique animals the Peter Emily foundation has helped.

 

 

Interested in working with exotic animals? Resources such as AVDC.org give you a place to start. Russell Farrelly explains the opportunities.

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