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Cavities are Uncommon in Dogs & Cats
Veterinary & Aquatic Services Department, Drs. Foster & Smith
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Q. Is it possible for my pet to get a cavity?
 
A. Pets, like their human owners, can get cavities. However, cavities are relatively rare in pets because pets' diets generally are not high in decay-causing sugars. Veterinary dental experts have noticed a mild rise in the incidence of cavities among pets fed sugary treats. To avoid cavities in your pet's mouth, feed only pet food and treats designed for pets.
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