What About Your Pet’s Teeth?

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whataboutpets Pets need dental attention too! While your general dentist is probably not qualified to take a peek in your dog’s mouth, that doesn’t mean that you should let your pet skip regular dental visits.

Next time your pet goes to the vet, make sure that they check their teeth. Your pet can suffer from bleeding or swollen gums and plaque buildup if they do not received a regularly brushing.

Picking up a doggy toothbrush and doggy toothpaste to help your pup stay healthy. Brushing their teeth will help clear away plaque and tartar and save your pet from oral pain. You can also add a water additive to their bowl, which helps to break down plaque and reduce the formation of plaque.

Next time you are at a pet store, look for tools to help you keep your pet’s mouth clean and healthy.


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