Dental disease is very common in cats and dogs. Surveys show that after the age of three years, about seven out of ten pets have some kind of tooth disorders. If left unattended these may cause irreversible damage to the dog's teeth, gums and jaw bones. Dental disease can be prevented by stopping the build up of plaque.
This episode is taken from Vetstream's Vetlexicon Canis and provides information to help you understand more about the health and welfare of your dog