Nothing But The Tooth: Why Pet Dental Hygiene Is Important 

A dog making a funny face while avoiding a tooth brushing

Can you imagine never brushing their teeth or seeing the dentist – ever? For the majority of pets, this is the reality. Although doggy breath is sometimes considered par for the course, nothing could be farther for the truth. Bad breath in pets is a sign that all is not well beneath the gum line. 

If you’re wondering about pet dental health and why it’s important, your friends at New Haven Pet Hospital have got you covered!


A Pet Dental Care Program You Can Count On

pet dental careThere are a few life hacks to make sure changes stick, but it doesn’t ever happen overnight. In fact, some changes can take 2 months or more to weasel their way into our daily habits. Pet dental care is sort of like that. Neither pets nor their owners readily take to daily or weekly tooth brushing, but after a while, the whole exercise is so normal and natural you can breeze right through it.