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PET DENTAL HEALTH

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Many pet owners are desensitized to their pet’s halitosis. But “dog breath” or “cat breath,” as the case may be, is more than just a cliché, as there is always a cause for bad breath. Sometimes the odor is caused by the ingestion of something foul like garbage or feces. Often it’s caused by poor oral hygiene. Less often, underlying medical conditions are to blame. Dogs and cats can get periodontal disease, and the bacteria can travel in the bloodstream throughout the body, causing infection and heart disease. Dogs and cats need their teeth brushed, and it’s a good idea to have yearly dental exams performed. The veterinary dentist can also give instructions on home care for animal teeth.

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A dental check up and cleaning is very important for your pet’s continued good health. At PARKDALE ANIMAL CLINIC, we are a professional staff of compassionate health care givers, providing the finest up-to-date veterinary care for the well-being of your pets. Call 924-0426 for an appointment. We’re open six days a week. Our clinic is conveniently located at 35 Powhatan Drive in Parkdale. Let our caring medical team help keep your cat and dog in the peak of health. Going on a winter vacation? Ask about our boarding facility.

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P.S. By age three, only 20% of dogs and 30% of cats have healthy teeth and gums.

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