Dental health is very important when it comes to our cats and dogs. A lot of us know the phrase “dog breath” all too well. Cats are no exemption to that. It can get stinky in there. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way, and it shouldn’t.
Dog breath. Or even cat breath, for that matter, is generally not a sign of fresh breath. But does it mean something more? Bad breath in your dog or cat can be a sign of halitosis, stomatitis, gingivitis, periodontal disease, mouth ulcers, gum inflammation, and abscessed teeth, to name a few things. If you have dealt with any of the symptoms above (or beyond) you will understand how important mouth health is to your pet.