Your pet’s oral care begins at home. We advise our clients to brush their pet’s teeth daily and examine their teeth weekly. Plus, we show you how. Once you’re in a routine with your pet, daily brushing doesn’t seem as daunting.
Because it’s hard to brush their teeth, cats often suffer from painful dental issues, like broken teeth, gum disease, and abscesses, in silence. As finicky as cats can be, there are ways to overcome this obstacle. Regular wellness visits, including dental
When you “flip the lip” to look at your pet’s teeth, watch for the following:
Red, inflamed gums
Brown or yellow buildup on the teeth
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