All human beings today have dental issues. That is mainly because many people are not practicing good oral hygiene as they should, and nor are they eating the right foods. As for those who do take care, however, natural ageing advances the cause perhaps for more regular dental inspections and remedial work in order to counter the natural wear and tear of teeth and gums. In essence, human beings simply have no excuse. They have all the abilities in the world. They can look after their oral hygiene, and with a little help from their local dentist too, of course.
But cats? No matter how meticulous and diligent they already are with their cleaning rituals, they simply do not have the natural ability to ‘brush their own teeth’. And even if their diets were appropriately and correctly rich in their daily requirements for protein and vitamins, feline tooth decay still has every potential to occur. Not all but some. Fortunately there are some specialist veterinary surgeons out there who can provide the pet owner and his or her pet with pet teeth cleaning fresno work.
And as for the dogs. What about the dogs? They bend over backwards for you but ‘personal’ hygiene is not high on their list of priorities for the day. By the very habit of their nature, dogs perhaps more so than cats, need specialist pet teeth cleaning. They also need a good grooming. Not every now and then but regularly. And they certainly need their nails clipped regularly. It is imperative that dog owners listen carefully to what their local vets have to say about some of these things.
It is not only essential for their hygiene; it is an absolute imperative for their health.