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5 Common Dog Tooth Problems: Animal Planet

5 Common Dog Tooth Problems: Animal Planet

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Bad breath isn't just unpleasant - it can be unhealthy. Up to 80% of dogs and 70% of cats that do not receive proper dental care may show signs of dental disease by the age of 3.

Here are signs of dental disease in pets:

Petplan pet insurance presents: The tooth about dental disease

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"The Tooth about Dental Disease"

Petplan pet insurance presents: The tooth about dental disease

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Don't Ignore Your Pet's Bad Breath #nationalpetdentalmonth. Bad breath, or halitosis, is often the first sign of dental disease pet owners notice. It could also be a sign of a larger disease. If your pet has persistently bad breath, don't wait for it to get worse. Get it checked out by your veterinarian so no one will ever want to dodge your pet's kisses! Here is a great video from Dr. Andy Roark who as always, makes us laugh while teaching us about the importance of health care in our #pets.

Did you know dental disease is the most common medical condition in dogs and cats? In fact, by the time your pet is three years old, he or she is likely to have evidence of it. We humans keep our pearly whites healthy by brushing twice a day, but our four legged family members don’t always have this luxury. Bad breath is often a warning sign that your pet has dental disease, including tartar buildup, loose teeth, and dental infections.

Dog Health | Periodontal Disease: The Silent Killer | Pets Best

Periodontal disease: The silent killer

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SIMPLE STEPS TO BRUSHING

Simple Steps to Easier Brushing « Pet Food Nutrition

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Pet Dental Health Month

Pet Dental Health Month

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Pet advice: Time to brush up on your dog’s dental care | Gaston Gazette

Great infographic on pet oral health!

A Guide To Your Pet's Dental Care - The Lazy Pit Bull

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February is National Pet Dental Health Month: What It Is and Why You Should Care

Did you know that February is National Pet Dental Health Month? - Remember to start an at-home care routine today!

Your pet's dental health is just as important to their overall health as your dental health is to your's!

Tips for Pet Dental Health Month with a special appearance from Tartar Shield Pet Products!