80% of dogs over the age of 3 have periodontal disease. Find out how to prevent and eliminate it with this free guide.
According to the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), dental care for dogs and cats is one of the most neglected areas of pet care. A recent AAHA study revealed that approximately 2/3rds of pet parents do not provide recommended dental care for their pets. Other studies by the American Veterinary Dental Society recently reported that canine periodontal disease shows up in 80% of dogs by 3 years of age. Altogether, these findings are unsettling, but also point to significant opportunities for improvement. In fact, small steps in oral care can lead to big improvements in overall health. Dental care for our feline friends is equally important, but this article will focus on Periodontal Disease in Dogs.
This FREE Guide covers:
- Dental care the most overlooked area of pet health
- The canine digestive system
- What is periodontal disease
- Top Ways to Prevent/Eliminate
- Concerns about anesthesia
- Concerns about products containing alcohol