Description Smelly pet breath isn't just bad for our noses, it's bad for your pal's health, too. It means there are germs in your pal's mouth that lead to periodontal disease, cause gingivitis, and build up plaque and ta ...
Your dog’s overall health starts in their mouth.
Dental problems can be a cause or a warning sign of other health problems. According to the AVMA, periodontal disease is the most common dental condition in dogs and cats. By age 3, a whopping 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease.
The trouble begins when plaque hardens into tartar, and plaque builds up on your dog’s or cat’s teeth every day. A combo of teeth brushing and healthy chews will go a long way in maintaining your companion’s overall health and life. The ideal would be to brush everyday, but we realize that’s not always realistic. Aim for at least three times per week.