Of course, most dog owners know they should brush their dog’s teeth frequently, but busy as we all are, the reality is that it doesn’t happen regularly! The result is a buildup of nasty tartar and breath that can almost knock you down!
Bad breath in a dog is often disregarded simply as “doggy breath.” But, it could signal periodontal or gum disease, which is commonly suffered by dogs and cats over 3 years old.
If prevented, this can help your pet enjoy a longer, healthier life! February has been designated National Pet Dental Month by the American Veterinary Medical Society, and the American Veterinary Dental Society. Keeping regular with the veterinary oral health exams and following these tips can help keep your dog’s mouth smelling cleaner between brushing.
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