If I had one wish, it would be that I would never be made to feel less than, less intelligent, less important, less worthy, less important, less special. It would be that I would not have to worry about it. I would not have to think about it. I would not have to think about it. I would not have to think about it. I would not have to think about it.
Yes, I am a pet dentist. In fact, I got my PhD from a pet dentist school, which, as you can probably tell from some of the pictures on my website, is really old-school. I am also the man behind the popular pet dentist website, petdentist.com. But I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I could go on about the unique aspects of pet dentistry, but I will save this for the third and final video in this series.
I can’t tell you how excited I am to see this video, but I am even more excited to have the chance to answer a question I’ve gotten a lot of practice answering: why did you open your dental school?I have been practicing dentistry for over 20 years now, and I have always been curious why anyone would take time to do even a single dental visit.
Dentists can be very demanding, and when you take a moment to reflect on your practice, you might be surprised at the amount of things you need to do on a regular basis. I know it can be frustrating to have to go to work every day, but I think that there is definitely a lot of value that is being lost when the whole practice is put on auto-pilot.
Dentists often don’t get much time to themselves at the same time as they work all day. And with practice being so unpredictable, the best outcome is to get to see as much as you can, so you can feel productive. This is even more important when you’re dealing with a lot of patients, since your patients are probably not going to be happy if you’re not there to take care of them.
Sure, we all love to spend time with our pets and it’s nice when those relationships are nurtured but the reality is that they’re often not as “healthy” as they might be, and it takes a lot for them to develop trust and a healthy relationship. That doesn’t mean you should stop taking them out on walks or playing with them.
For pet owners, this is a little bit harder to do than most people think. The vast majority of pet owners do not actually have a pet. Most of us have pets, but their care and nutrition is not well suited to humans.
The problem is that as opposed to humans who are genetically engineered to love their pets, pets are typically raised to love themselves. In my experience, that happens in a vacuum, and in a vacuum, I can see how that can be a problem. The reason I say that is because I run into a lot of pet owners who don’t know what they’re doing.
The first thing you should know is that we don’t believe the people who say that pet owners dont care about their pets, that they don’t know what theyre doing, or that they’re not really responsible for their pets.