Dog Teeth Problems
Canine tooth issues are similar to many human dental problems. All dogs have 42 adult teeth, but toy breeds have that number crammed into tiny mouths. They're particularly at risk for teeth problems, as are brachycephalic, or short-nosed, breeds. These...
Learn about five common dental problems dogs face (and five ways the two of
you can prevent them) in Animal Planet's Dog Dental Health Guide.
Just like people, dogs can break or fracture their teeth. And just like us, they can
also get gum disease. Dogs are five times more likely to get gum disease than ...
Yet once it advances, gum disease can devastate your dog's mouth, causing
chronic pain, eroded gums, missing teeth, and bone loss -- a fate hardly fair to ...
Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition occurring in adult
dogs and cats, and is entirely preventable. By three years of age, most dogs and
Dental disease is one of the most common diseases diagnosed by veterinarians.
Read more to see if your dog or cat is suffering from bad breath or a host of ...
It's important to know that there are multiple stages of pet periodontal disease
and without proper veterinary dental exam, cleaning and radiographs, there is no
Apr 12, 2012 ... Signs of dental disease in dogs include bad breath, bleeding gums and gum loss
. We run down the symptoms of dog periodontal disease.
How can you tell if your dog has dental disease? It's easy to check your dog and
know for sure if periodontal disease is a problem by using this simple system ...
By the tender age of three, more than 80 percent of dogs show signs of gum
disease, according to the American Veterinarian Dental Society. It's no surprise ...