4 Mar 2019
According to the British Veterinary Dental Association (BVDA), the majority of animals over three years old have gum disease that requires treatment. There are clear links between poor oral health and disease affecting major organs so reducing dental and oral disease in pets is an important routine that owners should get into.
If your pet’s breath smells then it suggests that there is a problem somewhere in their mouths. That’s why it’s important to regularly clean your pet’s teeth but also to have them regularly checked and cleaned by your vet.
If you have concerns about your pet’s dental hygiene, take advantage of a complimentary consultation. Your pet’s teeth and mouth will be checked, you’ll receive a dental hygiene pack, as well as tips and advice on the routine dental hygiene processes you might want to implement for your pet.