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Most people want to bring home a pet as they give us company and also help in relieving any stress you have after a tiring day. However, owning a pet comes with huge responsibilities and as a pet parent, you must look after your pet sincerely. Most of the time it is seen that there are many myths associated with the dental health of pets and it is important to address those myths. Go through the to know the myths about pet dental health that you should not believe. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Typical Myths about Pet Dental Health that you should not Believe


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Typical Myths About Pet Dental Health That You
Should Not Believe
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One aspect of healthy life that many pet parents
overlook is dental hygiene.
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Just like humans, dogs and cats need to have
their teeth cleaned regularly to avoid tooth
infections diseases.
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Here we will discuss some of the primary myths
you might believe about your pets dental health.
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Myth 1
Bad Breath Is Normal For Dogs Cats
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That is not true because if your pets breath is
truly horrendous, then it is a sign of infection
or disease in mouth.
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You need to follow the recommendations of your
vet by brushing your pets teeth every day.
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You must also take your pet to the vet for
in-depth preventative cleaning at least once a
year.
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Myth 2
Dry Food Will Keep My Pets Teeth Cleaning
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While it is true that dry food help keeps an
animals teeth clean, you shouldnt rely on this
as the only form of dental care.
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As your pet chews on dry food, some plaque will
rub off their teeth.
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However, dry food can also get stuck in between a
dogs teeth and cause bacteria to form.
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Myth 3
Dental Chews Will Keep My Pets Teeth Clean
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Many pet parents think that they can just give
the pet a dental chew and that will be good
enough.
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Dental chews that are approved by the Veterinary
Oral Health Council can help in maintaining oral
hygiene.
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However, proper brushing is the best way to
promote oral health by a wide margin.
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Myth 4
Pet-specific Toothbrushes And Toothpaste Are A
Waste Of Money
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A lot of toothpaste made for humans contains
xylitol, a substance that can be dangerous for
your pet.
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A toothbrush designed for humans might be too
rough for an animals teeth, causing damage
even pain.
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Toothbrushes designed for animals usually have
softer bristles and are smaller.
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Where To Go For Your Pets Dental Care Needs
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Dr. Rons Animal Hospital and Emergency is here
for you when it comes to maintaining oral
hygiene.
To learn more or schedule an appointment, feel
free to contact us today.
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T H A N K Y O U
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https//www.drronsanimalhospitalsimivalley.com/
DR. RONS
/DrRonsAnimalHospital/
ANIMAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY
/drronanimalhosp
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