Dental disease is more than just a cosmetic issue.
When your feline friend or canine companion has red gums, yellow teeth, and stinky breath, it could be a sign of serious oral disease that could, if left untreated, lead to devastating effects on your pet’s quality of life.
Halloween can be a festive and fun time for children and families. But for pets? Let's face it, it can be a nightmare. Skip the stress and keep your pets safe this year by following these 10 easy tips.
1. Trick-or-treat candies are not for pets.
All forms of chocolate—especially
When do you need to worry about your companion animal and when can you wait to be seen? Dr. Amanda Glew will cover some of the most commonly seen emergencies in her 30 years of practice. She will offer practical tips on what to do, and what not to do with your animal friend.
1.A pet with healthy teeth equals a pet with better breath!
2.Caring for your pet’s teeth can prevent other health problems, saving you tons of money over the long term!
3.Dental disease can actually lead to problems with your pet’s organs, such as the heart
4.Your dog and cat are very good at hiding pain – you might never know that your pet has a serious dental problem until it’s very advanced.
5.Did you know that 4 out of 5 dogs over the age of 3 years have some sort of periodontal disease? It can be caused by the buildup of plaque, so it’s important to go in for regular dental checkups and cleanings
Travelling with pets can be a fun experience for both animals and owners but making sure our pets are safe in the car is something that is often overlooked for both long and short trips. Here are a few tips to make everyone’s car ride safer and more enjoyable...
It's the time of year where the routine is forgotten, and in its place is the frenetic holiday season with parties, visits with loved ones and overindulgence in food. Although this time is often the period of festivities for us, it is often the time for stress in our companion animals.