Pet Dental Health Month in February is when we remember that our furry friends don’t carry a toothbrush around with them and so their teeth may need a little attention. Whether a dog, cat, rabbit or other species, let’s remember our pets by lovingly looking after their teeth. Dental checks are as important to animals as they are to us and looking after their dental health significantly prevents oral problems they may have in the future. Red gums, stinky breath, or yellow teeth could lead to an oral disease if left untreated, giving your pet a poor quality of life and nobody wants that! This National Pet Dental Health Month let’s prioritize our pet’s teeth as much as we do their stomachs.
Dental disease is more than just a cosmetic issue. When your canine companion or feline friend has red gums, yellow teeth, and stinky breath, it could be a sign of serious oral disease that could, if left untreated, lead to devastating affects on your pet’s quality of life.
What’s going on when your cat scratches her ears? It could be an infection, but it could also be ear mites. Here’s what you should know.
Q: My cat keeps scratching at her ears. Does she have an infection?
A: That’s possible. She could also have an infestation of ear mites.
Cats can get bored and feel lonely. Especially single cats that are very closely attached to their owners or caretakers, will meow when left alone. It usually occurs when you go to bed; she will continuously meow until you respond or she gets tired. One solution for this is to get another cat.
Most dogs love snow, the exceptions being some small dogs and dogs without much haircoat. That said, throw a jacket and some booties on them and even dogs such as German Shorthaired Pointers love to skijor and sled. Here are some ideas for winter fun with your dog.
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