Dental disease is the most common disease seen in veterinary medicine, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats over the age of 3 suffer from dental disease1. 2 out of 3 dogs have halitosis2 (bad breath). Does your dog or cat have bad breath? This is often the first sign of a problem - but it can be prevented.
As with human teeth, residual food, bacteria and calcium deposits form plaque and tartar on pets’ teeth, with painful and sometimes harmful results.
Failure to address the problem can result in bacteria being carried into the animal’s bloodstream, resulting in severe or even fatal complications. Your pets’ dental hygiene is an important part of their wellbeing.
There are numerous symptoms of dental disease in both dogs and cats.
Daily home care is the key in preventing dental disease and bad breath, there are a number of ways of doing this using a combination of:
Prevent dental diseases and don't risk your pet’s health - get a dental check-up at your next vet visit, and be sure to look after your pet's teeth daily.
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