Busy schedules often make us push aside appointments and wellness visits that do not seem urgent. When we are showing no obvious signs of illness we often put off these appointments until we believe we need a doctor’s care. While we should keep our health as a priority in our lives, and regular check-ups are important to catch illness and disease we may not be aware of, these types of check-ups are essential for small children and pets who cannot accurately communicate when they are experiencing something out of the norm. Naperville Animal Hospital currently offers a wellness plan for well check scheduling and an online website to store important records.
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For our pets, well visits include vaccinations and preventative care that will help our furry friends live long, healthy lives. One of the more overlooked aspects of pet health care is dental care. Proper dental care not only addresses bad breath, which may first come to mind, but it also improves and lengthens the lifespan of both dogs and cats.
Symptoms of periodontal disease, or more commonly known as gum disease, in pets include bad breath, pawing of the mouth, bleeding or swollen gums, loose or missing teeth, and weight loss or unexplained loss of appetite. Gum disease is caused by bacteria forming around the teeth that lead to infection. If not treated, this infection moves into the bloodstream and causes kidney, liver, and heart disease.
Preventive dental care with Naperville Animal Hospital includes an annual exam beginning after pets turn one-year-old, regular teeth cleaning under anesthesia, and proper home dental care such as a healthy diet, chew toys, and regular brushing.
Focusing on all aspects of your pet’s health, including dental care, will give your pet the best possible chance at a long and happy life.