What is Pet Dental Health Month | How to keep Pet Teeth Healhty | VetSupply

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Dental illness is one of the most frequent issues in pets, with Australian veterinarians discovering that four out of every five dogs and cats over the age of three years have some kind of dental illness. Dental problems in pets can lead to foul breath, infection, and pain. Get best offers on pet dental health care products at VetSupply. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: What is Pet Dental Health Month | How to keep Pet Teeth Healhty | VetSupply


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Pet Dental Health Month Identifying and
Preventing Common Dental Problems
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About Us
  • Vetsupply.com.au is an Australian company
    established with the aim to make shopping for pet
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Why Dental Disease is Important?
  • Dental illness is one of the most frequent
    issues in pets
  • Australian veterinarians discovering that four
    out of every five dogs and cats over the age of
    three years have some kind of dental illness.
  • Dental problems in pets can lead to foul breath,
    infection, and pain.
  • Infected gums can also cause significant
    sickness if left untreated, as bacteria can enter
    your pets bloodstream and lodge in small blood
    vessels, most commonly in the liver or kidneys,
    causing life-threatening disease.

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What Is Pet Dental Health Month?
  • The month of August is dedicated to pet dental
    health.
  • The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA)
    reminds pet owners that having a regular pet
    dental health check with your veterinarian is
    vital for detecting and managing dental illness
    in pets.
  • Dogs and cats can be stoic creatures who rarely
    show signs of pain.
  • Even pets with sore gums, an infected mouth, and
    damaged teeth will continue to eat.
  • Their urge for survival is quite strong.
  • So, how can you determine whether your dog or
    cat is suffering from a toothache? And how can
    you help your pets keep their teeth and gums
    healthy?
  • Just keep on reading! Here weve compiled a list
    of helpful hints for identifying and
    preventing common dental problems that occur in
    pets.

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How can you determine if your pet is suffering
from a toothache?
It can be difficult to detect if your pet is
suffering from a toothache. Animals have a
tendency to hide their pain, and owners
frequently miss the symptoms. So, how can you
determine whether your dog or cat is suffering
from a toothache?
The following are some common symptoms that
something is problematic with your pets teeth
  • Bad or Foul breath
  • Drooling
  • Appetite loss or inability to eat
  • Gnawing at the gums
  • Mouth hung open / tongue drooping
  • Using only one side of the mouth
  • Food falling out of the mouth while chewing
  • Plaque and stain accumulation on teeth
  • Red, swollen and bleeding gums

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How to protect them from dental disease?
  • Provide specific dental treats and chews, bones,
    and dental diets to pets on a regular basis.
  • Use Fresh Water Additives to dental water.
  • Brushing with pet toothpaste and toothbrushes on
    a regular basis.
  • Using specific dental gels for rinsing.
  • Dental checkups should be performed on all
    animals, big and small.
  • When it comes to oral health, its important to
    realize that cats and dogs arent the only ones
    who are affected.
  • Horses and rabbits, for example, need to undergo
    regular dental exams to preserve their overall
    health and prevent the development of other
    health problems.
  • To determine the best course of action for your
    pet, contact your local veterinarian.

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How to assist your pet in getting a healthy set?
  • Maintaining the oral health of your pets does
    not have to be tough!
  • Annual health exams will reveal any dental or
    other issues that have arisen, and let you speak
    with your veterinarian about any concerns.
  • Throughout August, VetSupply will celebrate Pet
    Dental Health Month and support the Australian
    Veterinary Association in promoting Pet Dental
    Health Month by offering incredible discounts and
    special deals on pet dental products.
  • Visit VetSupply for branded dental hygiene
    products for dogs and cats, such as pet
    toothpaste, toothbrushes, dental spray gels, and
    other dental pet supplies to keep your pets oral
    health in good shape and disease-free.

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Best Offers on Dental Pet Health Month at
VetSupply
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