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Many pet owners dismiss their pets’ bad breath as simply “normal” or something to be ignored. However, bad breath is a hallmark of periodontal disease. Learn more about it here.

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Caring For Senior Dogs: Dental Care

by Caroline Golon, guest contributor

Caring for your senior dog’s teeth and gums can prevent harmful bacteria from reaching his organs and keep him healthier, longer. Find out what kind of regular dental care vets recommend for senior dogs.

Feline stomatitis is a painful, inflammatory disease of a cat’s gums and mouth. Learn about the causes of feline stomatitis here.

By: Drew Webster, CPDT-KA   Chewing is a normal, natural and necessary canine behavior. Pet parents regularly call trainers to talk about a dog who has chewed their belonging to spite their owner or dogs who will be destructive even though “he knows it’s wrong”. A dogs understanding of right …

Feline stomatitis is a painful, inflammatory disease of a cat’s gums and mouth. Learn about the diagnosis of feline stomatitis here.

Good dental hygiene may prolong your dog’s life, because infected gums release bacteria into the bloodstream that can attack organs throughout the body. Learn how to keep your dog’s teeth clean here.

Good dental hygiene may prolong your dog’s life, because infected gums release bacteria into the bloodstream that can attack organs throughout the body. Learn how to keep your dog’s teeth clean here.

Feline stomatitis is a painful, inflammatory disease of a cat’s gums and mouth. Read more information about the disease here.

Dental hygiene for ferrets is a necessary, though not well understood part of regular ferret care. Learn how to properly take care of your ferret’s teeth here.

The process of brushing your pet’s teeth should be introduced slowly, and may even take several days to weeks for your pet to adjust to the treatment. Follow these steps for a successful outcome.