Don’t overlook pet’s oral hygiene

Doggie breath could be serious


 We’ve all caught a whiff of kitty or doggy breath that knocks us over. Vets will tell us to brush our pets’ teeth, and some animal guardians do this, but many of us wait too long to give our animals a good teeth cleaning.
Their breath is telling us more about their health than what they just ate. Periodontal disease is common, and left untreated can lead to expensive health issues.
I know from experience seeing animals brought to shelters, humane societies or rescues that extensive dental ...

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