Poor oral health has serious repercussions, AVMA reminds owners

02/5/2013 | PetSide.com

The AVMA designated February as National Pet Dental Health Month to highlight the importance of oral care for overall animal health. The majority of adult cats and dogs have dental disease, and if left untreated, the condition can have serious consequences. "Dental problems are extremely common, and many are very painful and can lead to serious systemic conditions," said AVMA President Dr. Douglas Aspros. "An untreated dental infection can spread to the heart, kidneys and other organs and suddenly become life-threatening."

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