Your dog’s “doggie breath” could be a sign of periodontal disease. The most common health problem for dogs, periodontal disease destroys the tissue and bone supporting his teeth. In fact, eight out of 10 dogs have it by age 3.
This might make you wonder a couple of things. First, could your dog be among this growing number? A visual test can get you started on answering that question.
The second question that can come to mind is: How can I prevent or correct it? The good news is, dog dental disease is preventable.Check out this infographic for information on dog dental care.
For more in-depth information on caring for your dog’s teeth, click here.