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How to correct a jaw luxation in a cat | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Videos

In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education video, a board-certified veterinary dentist demonstrates how to correct a jaw luxation in a cat. A huge shout out to Dr. Elizabeth Brine, DAVDC, for creating this!

2 thoughts on “How to correct a jaw luxation in a cat | VETgirl Veterinary Continuing Education Videos

  1. My cats jaw jumps open and closed seemingly without his control. It never lasts long, and doesn’t happen too often. I do want to know what is causing it. Any ideas.

    • Your cat needs to see a veterinarian as it may be due to severe dental disease and even dental related pathology in the bones.

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