February Is National Pet"Dental Health Month"Visit Dot's Pet Food Center for All of Your Pet's Dental HygieneNeeds Signs your pet may have a periodontal disease:1. Bad Breath2. Frequent pawing and rubbing at their face3. Reluctance to eat hard foods4. Red, swollen gums and brownish teeth5. Bleeding from the mouthBefore CleaningAfter CleaningDid you know that 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats showsigns of oral disease by age three? Just like people, periodontal(dental disease can lead to other life-threatening healthproblems, including heart, liver and kidney damage.Make sure to brush your pet's teeth on a regular basis. Dailyoral hygiene is recommended. Dental treats such as chews canbe effective, either mechanically by scraping the tooth surfaceor by chemically removing excess calcium in saliva that couldotherwise be deposited on the teeth as calculus. There areplaque-retardant products available in the form of a waterbones, chews, additive, spray, gel or dentifrice and products thatare used to seal the surface of the teeth to prolong the beneficialeffect of professional dental scaling.Regular dental checkups are essential to help maintain your pet'sdental helth3565 Shawnee Road, Lima, OH419-991-6113www.dotspetcenter.comstore@dotspetcenter.comHours: Monday Saturday 9am-7pm Sunday 1pm-Spm

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February Is National Pet "Dental Health Month" Visit Dot's Pet Food Center for All of Your Pet's Dental Hygiene Needs Signs your pet may have a periodontal disease: 1. Bad Breath 2. Frequent pawing and rubbing at their face 3. Reluctance to eat hard foods 4. Red, swollen gums and brownish teeth 5. Bleeding from the mouth Before Cleaning After Cleaning Did you know that 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats show signs of oral disease by age three? Just like people, periodontal (dental disease can lead to other life-threatening health problems, including heart, liver and kidney damage. Make sure to brush your pet's teeth on a regular basis. Daily oral hygiene is recommended. Dental treats such as chews can be effective, either mechanically by scraping the tooth surface or by chemically removing excess calcium in saliva that could otherwise be deposited on the teeth as calculus. There are plaque-retardant products available in the form of a water bones, chews, additive, spray, gel or dentifrice and products that are used to seal the surface of the teeth to prolong the beneficial effect of professional dental scaling. Regular dental checkups are essential to help maintain your pet's dental helth 3565 Shawnee Road, Lima, OH 419-991-6113 www.dotspetcenter.com store@dotspetcenter.com Hours: Monday Saturday 9am-7pm Sunday 1pm-Spm