At what age is it more common for pets to receive greater dental care treatment? Will they show symptoms?

70% of cats and 80% of dogs have some sort of periodontal disease by the time they're two years old.

A vet check is really the only way that you can properly assess their teeth, and often this has to be done under anaesthetic.

We recommend that you get your pet's teeth vet-checked at least once a year, and prevention for dental care is better than cure.

There are a number of products on the market that can help with your pet's teeth. We have pet toothbrushes, and oral dental chews, which can greatly assist with reducing the buildup of plaque.

We also have nutritional diets, scientifically proven to help your pet's teeth.

For bad breath, redness of the gums, discolouration of the teeth - these are all symptoms that something is going on with your pet's teeth and it needs to be checked out by your vet.

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