Continuing To Honor Pet Dental Month – Don’t Forget To Watch the Short Video Below By Vet Vid , on “How To Brush Your Dog’s Teeth”
Despite the fact that proper dog dental care is essential to good health in your pooch, statistics show that two-thirds of all pet owners do not take care of their pets’ teeth as recommended by their veterinarians. The unfortunate result of this lack of dental care is shown in the 80 percent of all dogs that have symptoms of oral disease by their third birthdays. Because dental problems can affect other areas of your dog’s body, including the lungs, kidneys and heart, it is essential that you care for your pet’s teeth right from the very start of his life. These AAHA guidelines will help you to do just that.
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