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Posted on 02-02-2017
Our experienced Loves Park pet dentist knows that your pet's dental health is just as important as any other aspect of his or her physical health. And with February being National Pet Dental Health Month, we thought we'd take a minute to explain why caring for your pet's dental health is so important and what to look for in a dentist for your pet.
Just like you, your pets need dental preventative care to protect them against problems like decay, abscesses, and gum disease. Unfortunately, many pet owners have a hard time caring for their pet's teeth because—let's face it—most pets aren't thrilled about having their teeth brushed. This is where bringing your pet in for occasional dental cleanings can make all the difference.
With regular dental exams and teeth cleanings, you can drastically reduce your pet's chances of developing cavities and periodontal disease. And because your pet's oral health is strongly linked to his or her heart health, making an effort to improve your pet's dental care can also help them to lead a happier and healthier life overall.
If you're looking for a dog dentist you can trust, Loves Park Animal Hospital is here to help. In addition to our general veterinary care offerings, we also perform pet dental care procedures. Whether your dog needs a simple dental exam and cleaning or is in need of more involved treatment, such as tooth extraction, you can rest assured that our veterinary team has the experience and resources to care for your pet. We can also recommend some excellent products, such as dog toothbrushes and dental treats to help maintain your dog's dental health in between appointments!
Ready to schedule your pet's dental care appointment with our team? If so, give Loves Park Animal Hospital a call today at (815) 986-4445. We're open six days a week (including Saturdays) for your convenience!
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