Preserving your pet’s dental health is an important part of caring for your pet. The brown stone is the accumulation of plaque found extending downwards on the tooth and gum line. The calculation is a haven for bacteria that can have serious consequences for the overall health of your dog or cat. These bacteria may not only cause abscesses and tooth loss but may have other effects – even resulting in organ damage while bacteria are carried from the mouth through the bloodstream. Dogs and cats make much fuller use of their teeth than humans do – using them in ways we usually use our hands. It stands to reason, therefore, that maintaining canine and feline dental health is essential to their well-being (and of course, pets can not wear dentures!). Therefore, the best thing you can do for your dog or cat in terms of dental health is to undertake a prevention program and look at the teeth and gums of your pet before it is too late. What I can do to take care of the gums and teeth of my pet? Bad breath is usually the first indication that the teeth and gums for your dog or cat need attention.
Bacteria in the mouth and produce the development of calculus in domestic animals foul breath. Regular inspection of the teeth is also a good idea to establish the level of dental health. Normal teeth in pets are shiny white all the way to the gumline.