Dental disease affects an estimated 80% of cats and dogs before the age of three. Dental disease is painful, and can be dangerous because the bacteria in the mouth can spread to other areas of the body.
Because pet’s cannot take responsibility for their own oral health, it is the responsibility of their owner’s to prevent dental disease and treat it if present.
Here are some of the common signs of dental disease:
If any of these signs are present in your dog or cat, please mention it to your veterinarian. Few or no signs may also be present in some cases of dental disease, so even if you have not noticed any of these signs, please stay vigilant about your pet’s oral health.
At this point you may be wondering, what can I do to prevent dental disease, or stop its spread? Here are some steps to take to keep your pet’s teeth and gums healthy, strong, and pain-free.
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