“Gum Disease Can Kill Your Dog.”As a result, periodontal disease is usually under-treated, and may cause multiple problems in the oral cavity and may be associated with damage to internal organs in some patients as they age.
Whenever your pup eats, plaque is formed from bits of food and bacteria that collect around the gum line. If this plaque isn’t removed, in just a few days, it will harden into tartar that sticks to your dog’s teeth.
Tartar irritates the gums, resulting in inflammation, also known as “gingivitis”. Many times this will first rear its ugly head as bad breath.
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