Dental Care in Pets
Dental cares is an important part of your pet's long term health. Maintain go dental hygiene by feeding a quality diet, providing safe dental treats to promote…
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September & October are Pet Dental Month at Orange Grove Vet! As a pet owner can you grade your pet's teeth according to the chart above? For more information visit our website www.orangegrovevet.co.za
Just like humans, our pets require regular preventative dental care, such as teeth brushing and professional scaling & polishing. Most pet owners only become aware of the need for dental care once the plaque on the surface of your pet's teeth has mineralized into tartar. Often at this point there is already a degree of periodontal disease, where the gums have been affected. At Orange Grove Vet we assess pets teeth according to different grades.
One of the most important part of your pet's general care, is their dental/oral health. However many pet owners ignore the signs of periodontal disease until professional dental care is required. Here is a step by step overview of how a dental is performed on your pet.
September is Pet Dental Month at Orange Grove Vet & to help pet owners better deal with their pets' oral health we have provided our top 5 tips for pet dental health care. For more advice go to http://bit.ly/2cviRms
Your pets dental health is just as important to their overall health as it is yours!
Being diligent about dental care can save you and your pet lots of problems down the road! For more helpful pet tips, click here-