Here at Blacks Vets, we understand that your pet’s dental hygiene is just as important as any other routine and preventative treatment. Like humans, pets can develop a build-up of tartar, leading to tooth decay and gum disease. Brushing your pet’s teeth once or twice a day is the best option for good oral hygiene.
Signs of dental disease in pets
- Bad breath (halitosis)
- Visible tartar build-up on teeth
- Red or inflamed gums (gingivitis)
- Discoloured teeth
- Loose teeth
- Bleeding from the mouth
- Slowness or reluctance to eat
- Chewing on one side of the mouth
- Dropping food from the mouth when eating
- Swelling around the mouth (from potential tooth root abscesses)
Find out more about dental care for your dog, cat or rabbit by clicking the links below.We are happy to answer any questions you may have, as well as advising you on the recommended products or dental diets for your pet. Contact your nearest Blacks Vets in Dudley, Lye, Quinton, Oldbury and Sedgley for a consultation.