Critters & Such team is here to help with your pets dental health.
Just like visits to the vet, dental cleanings should be part of routine pet care.
By the age of three, most dogs and cats have some degree of dental disease. The early signs of dental disease in pets include bad breath, yellow tartar buildup on the teeth, and red and swollen gums.
Early detection of your pet’s dental disease is vital. If left untreated, it will progress to cause chronic pain and inflammation. To detect dental disease before it negatively affects your pet’s quality of life, Dr. Merill recommends dental evaluations as part of your pet’s regular preventive care exam, which should take place at least once a year.
Remember, February is celebrated as Pet Dental Health Month!
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