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Maintaining The Health Of Your Pet’s Teeth

Quite a number of cats and dogs are afflicted with periodontal problems. Dental issues can bring about pain, tooth loss, and bad breath. There is also the possibility of eventually leading to potentially fatal issues, involving main body organs such as the liver, kidneys, and heart. Luckily enough, periodontal diseases in pets can be easily avoided.

Here is some useful information so that you can keep your pet’s pearly whites health up:

● Once a week, be sure to check the gums and teeth of your pet. Do this early in your pet’s life, while young, so that he will be accustomed to gum and teeth thorough checks regularly. Another factor in dental hygiene for your pets is the food they eat.

● You may be able to find available dry kibble food specially formulated that helps remove tartar and reduce build-up. Your veterinarian Aurora, CO may provide a recommendation as to which brand will be best suited for your pet. Here is a link for additional pet care information. Click here to know more.

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