Improve Your Pet’s Dental Health: Prevention, Diagnosis & Treatment of Periodontal Disease

March 5, 2014

npdhm_logoAlthough February is Pet Dental Health Month, you shouldn’t wait until this wintery month rolls around to promote your pets’ dental health. Keep your pet’s mouth healthy all year long by taking good care of your pet’s teeth through a combination of professional and home dental care. Check out my top pet dental health tips via the following article for PetSafe – Improve Your Pet’s Dental Health: Prevention, Diagnosis & Treatment of Periodontal Disease  (Click the hyperlinked article title to read it in full).

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TheOldBroad March 6, 2014 at 2:35 PM

Can’t chewing ice also be hazardous for teeth (both humans and critters)? I know some people that give ice cubes as a treat since there are no calories as well as some that freeze tiny treats into an ice cube for pets.

And I LOVE the picture of Cardiff smiling.

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