Your furry friend's wrinkles give him or her a very distinctive appearance, but the very characteristic that helps define his or her breed can also cause skin irritation and infections. In many ca ...View Article
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Posted on 02-20-2018
Caring for your pet’s oral health may seem difficult, but it not only helps keep their breath fresh, it is also important to their overall health. Periodontal disease is the most common dental problem in dogs and cats. It can be seen in most dogs and cats by age three. Brushing the teeth and dental treats are usually only helpful at the very early stages of periodontal disease. At the later stages of periodontal disease, the tartar buildup is too hardened for brushing or treats to help.
(Pictured: Stage 3 Periodontal Disease)
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