Do Dogs Teeth Fall Out?

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All too often pets dental care is overlooked. Most pet owners "know" the importance of oral health care for dogs but recent studies in the United States indicate that only 2% of owners bother to brush their pets’ teeth with the frequency needed to maintain proper oral care.

This slack attitude of dog owners, has lead to:

  • The alarming statistic that up to 80% of dogs in the US have some type of dental disease by the time they reach three years of age. Countries as in Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, Australia and New Zealand can safely accept the same yard stick.
  • Dental disease is the #1 most common health problem seen by veterinarians.
  • Dental care and treatment being increasing seen as a "high value procedure" which dramatically adds to the bottom line of veterinary clinics.

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Veterinary and home care

Whilst professional dental care definitely has its place and can never be discounted, especially when dental disease has progressed to the point of grades 3 and 4 and a general anaesthetic becomes necessary to clean and extract teeth.

However, the good news is, that there are many things that you can do at home for your dog to keep its teeth an gums healthy, which are safe, natural and effective, e.g. regular daily brushing and paying attention to its diet.

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The importance of dental care for your dog

Did you know that by keeping your dog's teeth and gums healthy can add up to another five years to its life span? And who wouldn't want to hold their most precious friend close for more time?

Healthy teeth and gums equally healthy dogs and will most certainly go a long way to prevent not only bad breath, periodontal disease, and an uncomfortable or even painful mouth, but also more serious chronic bacterial infections of major organs such as kidney disease, liver disease, heart conditions and joint problems.

Dental disease is referred to by dental professions as the silent killer and this very sad statement is true for humans and dogs alike - anoter very good reason why you should be taking the utmost care of your best friend's oral health.

For readers who have questions about their dog's teeth, try clicking on FAQ and Dog dental facts.

Video

Please take a moment to watch the video below.

This video is the best I have been able to find which explains in simple language, why it is so important to your dog's present and future health to introduce a daily dental care routine.

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Home  |  Welcome  |  About Us  |  How To Clean My Dogs Teeth  |  Dental Disease Precursors  |  Dog Dental Decay  |  Gingivitis in Dogs
Periodontal Disease in Dogs  |  Periodontal Grades  |  Prevention of Periodontal Disease  |  Dog Stomatitis  |  Dog Dental Anesthesia
Dog Bacterial Infections  |  Dog Dental Care  |  Puppy Breath  |  Dog Breath Cure  |  Your Dog's Diet  |  Dog Dental Facts
Dog Dental FAQ  |  Dog Dental Care Products  |  Insights & Articles  |  Useful Links  |  Our Privacy Policy  |  Disclaimer

Follow these links and soak up the free information to gain a happier, healthier dog who thinks you are the best person on the planet!

Your dogs suffer in silence because they can't tell you about . . .

their painful teeth    |     their flea problems    |     or their allergies

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