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    February is Pet Dental Health Month!

    Oral care helps pets live longer, healthier lives.

    pet oral health

    Unfortunately, many pet parents never look inside their dog’s mouth. That’s a shame because up to 80% of dogs have significant oral pathology.

    A dogs’ mouth is the ideal incubator for all kinds of bacteria to thrive, partly because the mouth is warm and moist and has nutrients present for organisms to grow on. Many of these bacteria are normal, but once plaque and tartar form on the teeth, things can get out of balance quickly. If pathogenic organisms proliferate, it’s big trouble for your canine pal.
    Read more at http://dogtime.com/dog-health/33903-proper-dental-care-can-help-dog-live-longer-healthier-life#f15Jsqjsihlx4k0A.99

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  • Posted by Evans Torres on March 12, 2018, 6:06 am

    Just like visits to the vet, dental cleanings should be part of routine pet care. Cleanings help catch or prevent conditions of the gums and the bones that hold the teeth in place, called periodontal diseases. If any kind of dental problem arises and left untreated bacteria introduced by the problem can enter the bloodstream and affect his heart, kidneys or liver. So looking after your dog’s dental condition you should do regular visit to your trusted veterinarian like http://www.drronsanimalhospitalsimivalley.com/.

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