Posts from June, 2017
You probably wouldn’t allow yourself to skip a day or two of brushing your teeth or avoiding all of your dental appointments. However, our pets often suffer from periodontal and other oral health problems due to lack of at-home care and professional cleanings.
While the task of brushing your pet’s teeth may be at the very bottom of your “fun list,” there are good reasons why pet dental care should get more attention. You may be surprised to learn just how connected oral hygiene is to a pet’s overall health.
Did you know that dental problems are among the most common reasons people bring their pets in to see us? Unfortunately, over two-thirds of adult cats and dogs over the age of 3 have some form of dental disease.
Along with tooth loss, broken teeth, and inflammation, one of the worst outcomes of neglected oral health is systemic illness.