Pet Education
Pet Education Pet Education Pet Education
 
Cavities are Uncommon in Dogs & Cats
Veterinary & Aquatic Services Department, Drs. Foster & Smith
FAQ's on Dog Diseases & Conditions
Print Article | Email Article
Bookmark and Share
Click here for a pdf version of this article.  See related products at DrsFosterSmith.com Pet Supplies
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.
Click here for a pdf version of this article.  See related products at DrsFosterSmith.com Pet Supplies  
Print Article | Email Article