There are 5 signs of dental disease in dogs to watch for:
- Bad doggy breath isn’t normal or unavoidable! It’s a sign of dental disease.
- Red gums: Two thirds of a dog’s tooth are under the gum line which means dental disease can live where you can’t see it.
- Visible tartar. Lift your dog’s lip to look at the color of their teeth. Is there an appearance of yellow or brown discoloration on their teeth? This means your dog has a tartar buildup which can cause periodontal disease.
- Excessive drool or signs of discomfort. Of course, drooling can be common around treat time, but if your dog is drooling excessively and not around times associated with food, it may indicate there’s a dental issue.
- Difficulty chewing or starting to drop some of their food around their bowl.
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