Don’t Forget Your Furry Friends Have Teeth Too!

We all know that the best way to care for our teeth and oral health is to brush and floss and go to our dentist for regular professional cleanings.
Did you know that our furry friends, our cats, dogs and even horses all need dental care too? The biggest issue is periodontal (gum) disease, when dental plaque (which contains bacteria) builds on our pet’s teeth. If it isn’t removed by daily brushing and regular professional cleanings, inflammation, swelling, bleeding gums and tooth loss can cause our pets pain and illness. Dental disease can also result in bad breath, painful chewing and tooth loss.
So what’s the GOOD NEWS? Let YOUR regular teeth cleaning appointments be a reminder to you to take your favorite furry friend to their appointments too! It is recommended that their teeth be brushed daily and they should have a professional cleaning at their veterinarian’s office once a year after they are 3 years old. Special chew toys can also be a treat the can help keep that tartar away.
So don’t forget to give your pets some special love and get their teeth cleaned today!
We all know that the best way to care for our teeth and oral health is to brush and floss and go to our dentist for regular professional cleanings.Did you know that our furry friends, our cats, dogs and even horses all need dental care too? The biggest issue is periodontal (gum) disease, when dental plaque (which contains bacteria) builds on our pet’s teeth. If it isn’t removed by daily brushing and regular professional cleanings, inflammation, swelling, bleeding gums and tooth loss can cause our pets pain and illness. Dental disease can also result in bad breath, painful chewing and tooth loss.So what’s the GOOD NEWS? Let YOUR regular teeth cleaning appointments be a reminder to you to take your favorite furry friend to their appointments too! It is recommended that their teeth be brushed daily and they should have a professional cleaning at their veterinarian’s office once a year after they are 3 years old. Special chew toys can also be a treat the can help keep that tartar away.So don’t forget to give your pets some special love and get their teeth cleaned today!
We all know that the best way to care for our teeth and oral health is to brush and floss and go to our dentist for regular professional cleanings.
We all know that the best way to care for our teeth and oral health is to brush and floss and go to our dentist for regular professional cleanings.
Did you know that our furry friends, our cats, dogs and even horses all need dental care too? The biggest issue is periodontal (gum) disease, when dental plaque (which contains bacteria) builds on our pet’s teeth. If it isn’t removed by daily brushing and regular professional cleanings, inflammation, swelling, bleeding gums and tooth loss can cause our pets pain and illness. Dental disease can also result in bad breath, painful chewing and tooth loss.
So what’s the GOOD NEWS? Let YOUR regular teeth cleaning appointments be a reminder to you to take your favorite furry friend to their appointments too! It is recommended that their teeth be brushed daily and they should have a professional cleaning at their veterinarian’s office once a year after they are 3 years old. Special chew toys can also be a treat the can help keep that tartar away.
So don’t forget to give your pets some special love and get their teeth cleaned today!
Did you know that our furry friends, our cats, dogs and even horses all need dental care too? The biggest issue is periodontal (gum) disease, when dental plaque (which contains bacteria) builds on our pet’s teeth. If it isn’t removed by daily brushing and regular professional cleanings, inflammation, swelling, bleeding gums and tooth loss can cause our pets pain and illness. Dental disease can also result in bad breath, painful chewing and tooth loss.
So what’s the GOOD NEWS? Let YOUR regular teeth cleaning appointments be a reminder to you to take your favorite furry friend to their appointments too! It is recommended that their teeth be brushed daily and they should have a professional cleaning at their veterinarian’s office once a year after they are 3 years old. Special chew toys can also be a treat the can help keep that tartar away.
So don’t forget to give your pets some special love and get their teeth cleaned today!
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