Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Dog Breath

Let’s not forget our little canine friends!  We need to remember that our furry little friends can have problems with their teeth too.  If you can get them in to get their teeth cleaned as recommended by your veterinarian, this can prevent tooth loss and pain. 
At my last visit, the vet was able to scrape my dog’s teeth while he was awake!  This visit, he had to be anesthetized so they could do a thorough job.  My dog came home a little groggy but his teeth look great and his breath is much better. 

Keeping their teeth clean can lead to a longer life for your pup! 


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