Pet Dental Care…when was the last time your brushed you companion’s teeth?
For a well-rounded healthy pet this is a great way to implement an alternative pet medicine approach to your routine.
Why? You may ask?
The American Veterinarian Dental Society recommends that pet owners follow some basic steps.
Because they are seeing more animals whose most severe medical problems are dental problems.
Alarming fact, oral disease is the number one health problem!
We have been providing a homecare program that has been included in our alternative pet medicine routine for years.
One of our founding members is a former Registered Dental Hygienist who studied veterinarian dental care over 30 years ago. She is even been known to floss her dog’s teeth!
So, in order to have a truly healthy pet following the 3-basic tips Don’t wait..get started now!
Regular Dental Cleanings
For a healthy pet, daily brushing is essential for good alternative pet medicine practices.
Brushing will remove the soft substance that causes disease called plaque but not the hard material called tartar.
A professional cleaning is where you begin to remove the tartar. This procedure is called a prophylaxis or “prophy.”
Here is what happens during a routine pet dental care prophy.
Home Dental Care Routine
For a healthy pet taking care of your animal’s mouth includes looking for warning signs of gum disease.
What to do daily
Adopt these easy and quick tips into your alternative pet medicine routine and make sure your good pet dental care is part of your best companion’s present and future!