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Pet dental month sends out a valuable message to all pet owners this month. February has been allocated as the month of awareness for pet dental hygiene, reminding people that it’s not just human teeth that need to be taken care of.
In terms of pet dental health, sadly, the problems are generally not noticed by owners until the advanced stages of tooth decay or gum disease develop. Therefore, the most utilised form of treatment is to remove the pet’s deteriorated teeth. However, pet dental month hopes to raise awareness for owners to address issues before they get to the critical point of no return. Furthermore, good dental hygiene in pets is important for overall health, as it is in humans. Research in canine studies has shown that dogs with healthy teeth do live longer.
Keeping a pet’s teeth clean is surprisingly similar to humans. A veterinary can provide a scale and polish to help remove plaque and tartar. There are also pet toothbrushes available for owners to use on their animals as part of a daily routine.
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