Pet Dental Health

Posted by wadmin on Tuesday, February 3, 2015



Dr. Watt reports the facts about animal dental health for February is National Pet Dental Health Month. There are a lot of similarities between human dental health and pet dental health, when is the last time you brushed your teeth? What about your pet’s teeth? Learn how to check your pets teeth and gums to see if it is time for a cleaning below.

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two decades, veterinarians around the country have been using this month as an extra opportunity to educate pet owners about the importance of dental health. According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of oral disease by age three. Is your pet one of them?

To find out, lift up your pet’s lip and look at her teeth and gums. If the teeth are perfectly white, the gums are an even light pink, and the breath is fresh, your pet probably has good oral health. If not, you should ask your veterinarian if it’s time for a cleaning.

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