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As American Veterinary Dental College states.....
Good oral health is an important part of good general health for your pet.
Signs of oral and dental diseases in dogs and cats:
If you think your pet needs dental care, we recommend that you make an appointment with your veterinarian.
Prevention of the most common oral disease in pets consists of frequent removal of the dental plaque and tartar that forms on teeth that are not kept clean. If you would like information on controlling plaque and tartar buildup on your pet's teeth, call our office.
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