Pet Dental Care

By June 28, 2013June 19th, 2017Pet Dental Care

Stinky Breath?

dog with electric toothbrushYucky teeth and don’t know what to do? Preventative maintenance is the word! Not only does it give your pet the kissy breath it keeps their teeth sparkly!

Obviously just like humans we have to maintain your pets dental hygene. Long term it keeps their teeth clean and gums healthy, It prevents your pet from getting CAVITIES. Their teeth should be cleaned at least twice a week. Feeding your dog dry dog food and giving him plenty of hard bones to chew on, is one way to help keep his teeth healthier.

Two common problems dogs with poor dental hygiene have, are loose and abscess teeth. Does your dog have bad breath? Studies show that 98 % of dogs with bad breath are suffering from periodontal disease, a result of plaque build up. If left untreated, this can lead to a bacteria infection, which can enter the bloodstream and spread to your dog’s kidney, liver, heart and even their brain. Chances are if your dog has very bad breath, there is a problem with his teeth.


Anesthesia-Free Pet Dental Care

Imagine how your teeth would look and feel if you didn’t brush them daily. The same applies to your pets’ teeth. Bad breath and stained teeth are unappealing, but many pet owners aren’t aware that these may be symptoms of serious gum disease. Unless you are regularly providing some form of dental care for your pet, you are neglecting an important factor in their overall health.



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