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Pets cannot speak or communicate in the same way humans do, so it can be challenging to know when they are feeling sick. However, some signs you can look for may indicate your pet is not feeling well. These signs include changes in appetite or water intake, behavior, appearance, coughing, sneezing, or other respiratory symptoms.
One of the best ways to protect your dog’s long-term dental and oral health and to preserve their teeth is to regularly clean their teeth, both at home and by taking your dog for professional dental cleaning. This is very similar to at-home cleaning, but normally performed under general anesthetic which enables your veterinary dentist to access all areas of your dog’s mouth with professional tools, optimizing the effectiveness of the clean without causing your furbaby any discomfort or distress.
Coping with the passing of a furry friend is never easy. It does not matter whether it is because of a terminal illness or approaching golden years. It hurts to say goodbye. Your pet relies on you for everything, and even now, in the end, they still depend on you. They need you to provide them with peace and comfort.