Most of us presume our pets have perpetual morning breath, but ignoring their stinky mouths could be a huge detriment to them. Bad breath may indicate important, underlying issues with your pet’s health. We understand how easy it is to miss, as many of the problems that stem from poor hygiene occur where you can’t see them — below your pet’s gum line.
Remember: You are your pet’s first line of defense when it comes to dental care. Brushing their teeth is the most effective way to prevent dental disease. Daily brushing is ideal, but several times a week is sufficient.
Other helpful combatants of tartar and bad breath include:
- Water additives
- Special diets
Remember, preventing oral infections and disease will help your pet live a longer, healthier and happier life! Let us know how we can help!