HALE VETERINARY CLINIC
DENTAL AND ORAL SURGERY FOR PETS
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Hale, DVM, FAVD, DiplAVDC
BOARD-CERTIFIED VETERINARY DENTAL SPECIALIST
Providing Referral Dental Services Since 1991
Last updated January 2019
Guelph, Ontario, Canada
View the map for directions.
The Office Is Closed Until March 4th, 2019.
may call the clinic # (519-822-8598) and leave a message with Stephanie but you
not hear back from her for several hours or even until the next business day.
You can email Dr. Hale at firstname.lastname@example.org, but again, do not expect a rapid reply.
You may also contact one of our dental residents at their own practices:
Dr. Danny DeRose
at Cachet Village Animal Hospital (Markham)
Dr. Regan Morris at Bayview Wellington Veterinary Clinic (Aurora)
local veterinary dentists not affiliated with Hale Veterinary Clinic include
Dr. Lee Jane Huffman at the Mississauga-Oakville Vet Emerg Hosp
Dr. Lana Conway at Martin Veterinary Hospital in Etobicoke
Dr. Sharon French at the Veterinary Emergency Clinic in Toronto
Dr. Ian Haws at Guelph Veterinary Specialty Hospital
Referring Veterinarians please follow these simple instructions on how to refer.
who have been referred to Hale Veterinary Clinic,
click here for a package of useful documents to review.
Also, review our Policy on Rabies Vaccine Status
To view educational articles/videos on dental and oral health issues, click here.
To just enter and browse, you may click here.
And visit our facebook page as well
are currently fully staffed, are unable to accommodate any
volunteers, externships or job shadowing. Thank you for your understanding.
|Veterinary Oral Health Council||American Veterinary Dental College||Academy of Veterinary Dentistry||Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry|
To find a list of products with credible evidence to back their claims.
To find a veterinary dentist near you and a lot more information for owners and the profession.
To find a Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry near you.
the American Veterinary Dental Society and publisher of the
AAHA Dental Care Guidelines
CVO's Position on Veterinary Dentistry
CVO Discipline Case June 2010
CVO Discipline Case Dec 2012
The American Animal Hospital Association published their first guidelines for providing veterinary dental care as of 2005. Here are the 2013 guidelines
Is your veterinarian offering this level of care? Be sure to ask.
|The College of Veterinarians of Ontario published this position statement in 2008 on the provision of veterinary dental care in Ontario. All veterinarians in Ontario should be adhering to this policy. Does yours? Be sure to ask.||Not all veterinary facilities provide the same level of dental care. As the owner, you have a right to know, so be sure to ask who does what.||Despite the existence of the AAHA Guidelines and the CVO's position statements, some veterinarians are still behind the times. Buyer beware.|
|Informed Owner Consent||Anesthesia-Free Dentistry||Veterinary Dental Forum||A new Facebook Page|
Before any procedures are done on your pet,
you must provide informed owner consent. At Hale Veterinary Clinic, you
will be ask to sign this form:
In order for the consent to be valid, you
must be informed of risks and benefits and also you must be informed
regarding who will be doing what. At Hale Veterinary Clinic you will be
asked to review this document on that issue:
If you have not been adequately informed, then the consent you provide is invalid. If you have any questions, ASK. You have a right to know and we have an obligation to tell you.
In Ontario, Anesthesia Free Tooth Grooming is not currently (2019) illegal. The logic in the court ruling was that since veterinarians do not offer this, it is not "practicing veterinary medicine without a license". Why do veterinarians in Ontario not offer this? Because it is considered malpractice to do so. So lay people with no valid training and no regulation are allowed to do this. What could possibly go wrong?
Here is my statement on this situation written in January of 2018.
The Ontario court ruling from 2017 with my comments.
Regardless of jurisdiction or current regulations, it is a terrible idea and should be avoided completely.
|The premier veterinary dental conference in the world is offered each fall somewhere in the USA. In 2019, we will be in Orlando from Sept 26-19.||
I have started a new Facebook page:
The goal is to celebrate and
promote dogs and cats that are physically constructed in ways that will
support desirable function and quality of life for the animal. My hope is
to change what society values in favour of those features that are in the
animal's best interest.