dental disease

Why is my cat's mouth so sore?
Why is my cat's mouth so sore?
Cats, just like humans, dogs and other animals, are susceptible to plaque and calculus accumulation on the tooth surfaces. Along with with the uncomfortable gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) that comes with them. Thi…
June 8, 2021 • 9 shares
Wikivet blog: oral hygiene - the key to a healthy mouth in pets
It's well known that regular home care of pets' teeth is the only way to ensure optimal dental health, but it's also well known that most owners find this challenging. Dental experts have identified that there are two me…
October 7, 2015 • 2 comments
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Ask a vet online - My pets breath is bad, but teeth are fine - help!
Question from Sarah Knight: My Scottie has horrendous breath, teeth are fine, have changed her diet, she also has charcoal on her meals, any other ideas truly welcomed! Answer: Bad Breath Hi Sarah, thanks for your questi…
July 30, 2015 • 28 shares • 33 comments
Ask a vet online-‘I have an 8 year old Maltipoo who has had teeth and gum problems for the last 4 years.’
Question from Mary Collins O’Hara: I have an 8year old Maltipoo who has had teeth and gum problem for the last 4years. He had 8teeth pulled, including some teeth on the bottom front, so now he drools all the time and he…
April 22, 2014 • 3 shares
Is your dog a stinker? - why your dog might be smelly!
All dogs smell, anyone who owns one knows that but there is a difference between ‘Eau de wet dog’ and a proper SMELL. Sometimes these can creep up on us unawares and it’s only after some time away from your pet or when v…
November 11, 2013
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