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Dr. Doug Mader's - "To Your Pet's Health"
Sunday, February 9, 2014
Mouth rot in snakes often a symptom of other issues

Continuing with February's theme of Dental Health Month, here is a little different twist on much-needed dental health care for pets:

Question: I have an eastern diamondback rattlesnake. It stopped eating recently and I noticed that it has mouth rot. Before I go to a veterinarian and spend a lot of money, is there anything that can actually be done for the a...

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