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A Dental Day in the Life of Olive

Hey everyone, my name is Olive and my mom is a top-notch nurse here at Aurora Animal Clinic. I’m here to talk to you about my big day here at the clinic. So let’s jump right in.

8:00 am
I arrived at the clinic and headed straight for my favourite home. It has the comfiest bed and the best view to watch my mom work. She’s a busy bee, and I love to watch her and my aunties at the clinic work to help other pets.

12:00pm
Mom had pinched me a little while ago, and now I was starting to feel funny. There were these super cute elephants running around the ceiling too. Before I knew it, I had passed out. Now, normally the doctors would have done some bloodwork to make sure my insides could take the anesthesia. But I was well prepared and had done all that before even coming for my big day. My blood came back with a great score, happily, my internal organs were ready for surgery.

3:30 pm
I woke up so warm and snuggly in my mom’s arms. My mouth felt kinda funny, in some ways better, and in others, it felt like I was missing something.

Well, either way, it was a fun day, and now my teeth shine brighter than stars. That’s the only way for a superstar like me to have her precious pearls, bright and white.

*Olive had her teeth cleaned and polished and had 2 of her pre-molars removed.

Written by: Aurora Animal Clinic

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Last updated: December 14, 2020

Dear Clients,

With recent changes to restrictions on businesses, we have made some important updates to our operating policies.

1. WE CAN NOW SEE ALL CASES BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

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- Your dedicated team at Aurora Animal Clinic