Approximately 80% of dogs and 70% of cats over the age of 3 have some form of dental disease.
Dental disease can lead to serious health problems. Maintaining healthy teeth and gums for your pet is very important. It is hard for your pet to tell you if they have a toothache or issues with their gums.
They eat regardless of their dental disease. Their only other option is the starve. Do not disregard the pain your pet may be experiencing, just because they are eating.
Teeth | Dental | Plaque | Bad breath | Dog breath
Key Signs of Dental Issues
- Bad breath
- Brown teeth
- Red gums
- Occasional pawing at the mouth
- Reluctance to chew hard objects of treats
- Pink luminescence under UV Light
If you are concerned about your pet’s dental health or if they have any of the above symptoms, book in for a health check.