Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Dental Pain In Pets

We all wish our pets could tell us what they want or if they are in pain. Right??

So if you notice any of the signs below, contact your veterinarian to schedule an exam.
  • Bad Breath - "Doggy breath" and "tuna breath" is not normal. This can be a sign of periodontal disease.
  • Altered Behavior - You know your pet the best, so if you notice anything unusual such as; chewing on one side of the mouth, not grooming themselves or just acting grumpy, these could be an indication of dental pain.
  • Bleeding - Bleeding from the mouth is usually do to periodontal disease or could be fractured teeth.
Although these are just a few warning signs of dental pain in your pet, always call the veterinarian to get a proper diagnosis and the correct pain medication.

Don't let your furry pet suffer in silence.

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