National Pet Dental Health Month is in February
Do you think you’ve got it covered when it comes to your pet’s oral health?
Take a quiz on your pets oral health here:
Did you know that Dr. Angart once did a root canal and a crown on a dog? Seriously! He was a young dentist with a patient who owned a show dog. Her dog had bad breath and the diagnosis was dental disease. Don’t turn your nose to Fluffy’s bad breath, it could be an indication of a more serious issue! Not only is it unpleasant, it can be unhealthy too. If your pet is not receiving a daily brushing, its very likely they will have dental disease by age 3. Ask your veterinarian about your pets mouth and visit this site for more information
BRUSHING YOUR PETS TEETH
Click HERE to find step-by-step instructions on how to introduce a brushing habit into your animals’ routine.
By doing daily oral care on your pet daily, you can prolong their life- free of disease.