Archive for the ‘Pet Dental Care’ Category

Understanding Common Health Issues in Aging Pets

As our beloved pets age, they may encounter a range of health issues that require attention and care. Just like humans, aging pets are more susceptible to certain conditions and ailments that can impact their quality of life. Understanding these common health issues is crucial for pet owners to provide the best possible care and ensure their furry companions enjoy their golden years to the fullest. In this blog, we’ll explore some of the most common health issues in aging pets and recommend veterinary services to address them effectively. Arthritis and Joint Pain Arthritis is a common condition in aging…

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5 Scary Consequences of Ignoring Your Pet’s Dental Health

February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and it’s a great time to think about getting your dog’s or cat’s teeth checked and cleaned. While keeping your pet’s teeth in good condition can be frustrating – especially if your pet doesn’t take well to regular brushing – it’s an essential part of their overall health and well-being. Here are 5 scary consequences of ignoring your pet’s dental health for too long: Dental Disease Spikes Your Pet’s Immune System If your pet’s teeth are in bad shape and they develop dental disease, it can cause their immune system to go haywire….

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4 Dental Care Tips to Keep Your Pet’s Mouth Healthy

You give your pet lots of love and attention, good food, plenty of exercise, and you never miss a veterinary appointment. But are you taking care of their teeth?  Like their owners, pets need to have a regular dental care routine to prevent gum disease. Left untreated, diseased gums allow bacteria to enter the bloodstream, which can cause issues with the heart, kidneys, and liver. Unfortunately, oral health is often overlooked by even the most loving and attentive pet owners. Stay ahead of any potential problems by making these slight adjustments to your care routine: Brush Daily While a regular…

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