Abnormal molar development in dogs is a condition that arises when a dog's molar teeth do not have enough space to properly grow into. The technical term for this is dilacerated mandibular first molar. Here's what you should know.
Up to 80 percent of dogs will suffer from gum disease at some point in their lives, and poor dental health can seriously affect seniors' overall well-being. Here are six tips that will help you keep your senior dog's teeth clean and maintain their oral health.
Just like with human health, dental care is an important component of your dog's overall wellness. Taking care of their gums and teeth can lead to better long-term health for your pup. Here's what you should focus on!
When I heard about Yummy Combs, which claim to promote dental health, I was excited for my dog, Leia, to try them. My excitement was nothing compared to Leia's as soon as she smelled them! Here's what happened when we tried Yummy Combs doggy dental chew treats!
Gingivitis in dogs is an inflammation of the gums and is the early stage of a gum disease called periodontal disease. It's one of the most common issues adult dogs face. If left untreated, it can lead to teeth loss. Here's what you should know.
Discuss your dog's diet with your veterinarian if you're noticing unpleasant odors coming from your pooch's mouth. If your dog has chronic smelly breath, it might be time to let them chew on these natural foods to keep the stink at bay.
February is Pet Dental Health month, and what better way to celebrate than by helping your dog or cat get shiny teeth and healthy gums, without paying big bucks to get their teeth professionally cleaned? That’s right: there’s an easy way to improve your pet’s oral health that is safe, natural, and effective—raw meaty bones.