December 14, 2017

Tips for pet dental health

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A lot of people don’t take the time to brush Fido’s teeth, but dental health is critical for your pets continued health:

Tips for pet dental health
Without preventative care, tartar can accumulate around a dog’s teeth. Max, a teacup Yorkie owned by Dr. Gary LaBar, of Pointe Animal Clinic, shows what white teeth look like.
Read more on Tri-County Times Dog dental problems are common. A pretty smile may not be on your dog’s priority list, but having sound teeth to chew his food certainly is. Your veterinarian will examine your dog’s teeth as part of his annual checkup, but don’t wait until their yearly exam to help prevent your dog from developing dental disease. Tartar and plaque can form on your dog’s teeth as they can on your own, and tooth loss and gum disease can just as easily develop.
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