practical dental care for dogs and cats
A healthy mouth smells better.
Does it smell pretty awful when your dog breathes in your face? That's a clue there may be something pretty awful going on in his mouth.
A healthy mouth feels better.
Even if you are very perceptive, you probably won't notice your pet's toothache unless one side of the mouth hurts more than the other, making him or her chew only on one side. Because dental problems develop gradually, it is easy to miss the other signs, like reluctance to eat or lack of activity, until things are pretty bad.
Pets with healthy mouths live longer.
Pets with comfortable mouths eat better and play more. Their improved
nutrition and exercise makes them generally healthier.