You may have concerns that your dog’s teeth and gums are not very healthy, but does he/she have Periodontal Disease?

            Unlike us, dogs don’t have opposable thumbs to help them clamp down on a toothbrush and squeeze out some toothpaste. Even if they did, they probably would do what the average three year old does and pout about it. Since we all know that dogs don’t receive three daily brushes like us, and since our pets love to put things in their mouths that we get queasy about just looking at, we might get concerned that they don’t have healthy teeth and gums.

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