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Can you imagine what your teeth would look like if you didn't brush them for years at a time? This applies to your pet also. You should help your pet with some form of dental care – your pet could have broken teeth, oral tumors, gum disease, or abscessed teeth. These conditions can cause a lot of pain, if not detected early.


The most common disease is periodontitis. This can result in bacterial infections, which can result in plaque and tarter. Just as in human medicine, there are benefits to preventive medicine. Avoiding problems and being proactive is always better than treating pain and sickness and being reactive. Regular checkups, at least every six months, is the best way to minimize the risk of your pet getting sick.