If left untreated, gum disease leads to tooth decay and tooth loss. It can also contribute to infections and diseases of the heart, lungs, and kidneys. Simple steps for your dog’s dental health taken now can prevent many problems–and expenses–down the road.
Dog Dental Care
Once plaque and tartar form on your dog’s teeth, things can get out of balance quickly. If pathogenic organisms proliferate, it’s big trouble for your canine pal. Here’s how proper dental care can improve your dog’s overall health and longevity.
February is Pet Dental Health Month–an important month of awareness for our pets and their well-being. Spread the word and encourage friends and family with pets to practice proper at-home care and have their dogs’ teeth checked out by a professional.
Some dog breeds are more prone to having serious dental issues and need extra care. Find out which breeds have the worst teeth during National Pet Dental Health Month so you can help keep their teeth and gums in good shape.
Regularly cleaning your dog’s teeth can prevent gum disease, tooth loss, and extend his life; if he doesn’t like having his teeth cleaned, we have solutions.
A Golden Retriever puppy’s adult teeth would not allow his mouth to close, so a veterinary dentist gave him braces. His metal smile has since gone viral.
When purchasing a dental chew you’ll want to make sure to get the right size for your dog since they come in various sizes. Also take into account that popular brands may cost more, while lesser known, yet equally good products might save you a few bucks.
Treats are a great way to show your dog a little extra love.
Did you know dental disease is the most common problem that affects dogs and cats? Professional animal dentists have donated their time to help pets in need at Best Friends.
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February is National Pet Dental month, to celebrate EcoWellDog sent my dog their new Dental Care Kit by Happytails.
Despite the fact that proper dog dental care is essential to good health in your pooch, statistics show that two-thirds of all pet owners do not take care of their pets’ teeth as recommended by their veterinarians.
We all know how important it is for us humans to brush our teeth daily for good health, clean teeth and fresh breath.
Ever wonder what the most common health problem is for dogs? It’s periodontal disease. A staggering 75-80 percent of dogs two and a half years and older may start to develop trouble with their teeth. Tooth and gum problems can become painful and serious if left untreated and may possibly cause your dog to become […]