1. Dental Care for Your Cat

    Good health begins in the mouth, this goes not just for the diet your cat put in his or her mouth but for their teeth as well. It is important to check your cat’s teeth regularly. It’s best to condition your cat to having its mouth handled and examine from the time it is a kitten. You can brush your cat’s teeth by taking a small amount of cat toothpaste or salt and water and a cotton ball an…Read More

  2. Tips for Caring for Your Dog’s Teeth

    Caring for your dog's teeth is more than just about keeping their breath pleasant and fresh. It is an incredibly important step for their overall  health. Plaque can lead to periodontal disease, which, if left untreated, could lead to a variety of issues, including loss of teeth, severe pain and even a bacterial infection that can be spread through the blood to the kidneys, brain, liver or even h…Read More