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Title: Top 5 Dental Problems in Pets | VetSupply | Australia Best online Pet store


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Top 5 Dental Problems in Pets
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  • There are evidences from the American Veterinary
    Dental College that claim pets are inclined to
    get oral diseases at a very young age of about 3
    years.
  • Hence, it is very important to have a good
    dental care regiment for them early on.  
  • There are lots of chew toys which are available
    to clean the teeth of your pets, but if you use
    good, old-fashioned tooth brushing it will save a
    lot of time and money.
  • Dental problems can lead to serious infections
    and can even lead to heart, kidney or liver
    diseases. 

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 Let us look at some of these symptoms
  • Bad breath
  • Cysts under the tongue
  • Excessive drooling
  • Inflamed gums
  • Loose teeth
  • Tumors in the gums

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Let us now look at some of the common dental care
problems in pets
  • Periodontal Disease
  • Periodontal disease is one of the most common
    dental care problems faced by pets. But it is
    entirely preventable.
  • This disease starts when bacteria in the mouth
    of your pet forms a substance known as plaque
    that attaches to the tooths surface.
  • As time passes the saliva hardens the plaque
    into tartar that firmly attaches to the teeth.
  • As per American Veterinary Dental Society, 80
    of dogs and 70 of cats showcase the signs of
    oral disease with periodontal disease which is
    most common in smaller breeds of pets.
  • If your pets show any of the symptoms mentioned
    above immediately take them to the doctor.

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  • Gingivitis
  • Gingivitis is another common problem that brings
    a rough time for pets.
  • The gums of the and appear to be reddening.
  • This results into bad breath with red pet become
    inflated and inflamed gums.
  • If you find any of these symptoms in your pet,
    rush to a veterinary physician immediately.
  • Caries
  • Caries also called as tooth decay, caries or
    cavities is the breakdown of teeth as a result of
    the high amount of bacterial presence in the
    mouth.
  • The symptoms of this disease include pain and
    difficulty in eating. This disease is rarely
    found in dogs.

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  • Feline odontoclastic resorption lesions
  • A resorption lesion is a dental deformity that
    is formed at the neck of the cat or at the bottom
    of the tooth.
  • They are like cavities.
  • They are rarely found in dogs, but are quite
    common in cats.
  • If you find that your cat is suffering from
    Feline odontoclastic resorption lesions take them
    to the doctor immediately.
  • Oral cancers
  • Oral cancers are head and neck cancers, which
    result in swellings/thickenings, lumps or bumps,
    rough spots/crusts/ or eroded areas of the lips,
    gums or other parts of the mouth.
  • This disease can affect both dogs and cats. If
    they are not found at early stages, it can be
    very fatal for pets.
  • If you see any of the symptoms mentioned above
    rush to a vet immediately and get your pet
    treated.

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  • In order to avoid these diseases, it is very
    important for you as a pet-parent to take care of
    oral hygiene of your pet.
  • The very first thing that can be done to ensure
    that your pet does not get the dental care
    disease is by providing them the right food. By
    right food we mean a well-balanced, protein rich
    diet.
  • Dry food is highly recommended for such pets
    since it does not stick to the teeth of the pet.
  • Your veterinary physician would be the best
    person to help you select the right food for your
    pet.
  • The next thing that can be done is to provide
    chewable treats to your pet so that they have
    adequate exercise of their teeth.
  • Establish brushing regime of your pet.
  • Although it would be difficult in the beginning
    after a period of time it will become quite easy
    and would enhance the overall health of your pet.

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