Of course, our pets can’t tell us if they are in pain. And, because of their innate survival instincts, they tend to hide pain.
Actions you can take to evaluate your pet’s dental health include:
- Take a whiff…open their mouth and smell!
- Lift a lip… look for areas of red gums or heavy tartar.
- Regular wellness exams…Your vet will look for evidence of gum recession, infection and sensitivity.
"That tooth must have been bothering Iris much more than I knew...she is like a different cat now! She is more playful and sociable and is eating better."
-Mary, Mt. Horeb
TYD will offer free house-call dental evaluation AND a 10 % discount on all dental services through April 30, 2015. Schedule today!
Karen Bryant, DVM
To Your Door Veterinary Health and Wellness
P.S. Don't forget we now have online scheduling...go to our website, www.toyourdoorvet.com, and click the "Schedule Now" button.