Cat and Dog Dental Care: Tips to Inspire You
February 1st, 2016 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic
When it comes to dental care for people…
We typically don’t it a second thought. You brush your teeth at least once a day, and you regularly get your teeth cleaned. You know that preventive care is the best way to keep your mouth healthy. It also helps you avoid costly and painful dental procedures.
The same applies for our cats and dogs!
Good home dental care and regular dental cleanings can make a huge impact on your pet’s health and comfort.
That’s why we’ve put together some of our favorite articles on cat and dog dental care. Scroll down for tips and inspiration.
Pet dental care: Products to improve your pet’s teeth at home
So many pet dental care products… So little time to research all of them! We’ve got you covered. Our veterinarians have shared their favorite dental care products for Tigger and Fido. Plus, you’ll find practical tips and tricks to make your cat or dog more comfortable.
Dog dental cleanings: Top questions from Castle Rock families
How often do dogs need to get their teeth cleaned? Why do most vets recommend anesthesia? Is anesthesia safe? We’ve put together the top 12 questions we’re asked about dog dental cleanings, so you can make educated decisions for your pup.
Periodontal disease in cats and dogs: What you need to know
Periodontal disease is an inflammation and infection that takes place in the gums around your pet’s teeth. If you’re looking for ways to keep your pet healthy and keep your vet bills down (read: avoid teeth extractions), check out this article.
5 reasons to choose anesthetic teeth cleanings
Anesthesia-free dental cleaning are advertised everywhere, but are they really good for your cat or dog? Explore the five reasons that our veterinarians recommend anesthetic teeth cleanings instead. (Hint: Both you and your furry friend benefit.)
Animal dentistry: From cleaning and x-rays, to bonding and sealing
Learn about our dental philosophy, the dental services we offer for your dog or cat, and what you can expect from a visit.
We’re happy to check your pet’s dental health before you schedule services – no strings attached. Call us at 303-688-3757. Or:
Cherished Companions Animal Clinic is a veterinary clinic in Castle Rock, Colorado. Specializing in the care of cats and dogs, our goal is to help you and your pet feel more comfortable, keeping your stress to a minimum.
This article is intended to provide general guidance about cat and dog dental care. If you have specific questions or concerns, please contact your local veterinarian. (If you live in or around Castle Rock, we welcome your call.)
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