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Does your pet have bad breath? It could be a sign of a more serious problem. For more information about pet dental health and the importance of preventive care, visit avma.org/PetDental

Does your pet shy away from you when you touch the mouth area? It could be a sign of a serious problem. For more information about pet dental health and the importance of preventive care, visit avma.org/PetDental

If your pet is losing weight, contact your veterinarian. For more information about pet dental health and the importance of preventive dental care for all pets, visit avma.org/PetDental.

Has your dog lost his or her appetite? Talk to your veterinarian. It could be a sign of dental disease. For more information about pet dental health and the importance of preventive care, visit avma.org/PetDental

A pet that is drooling or dropping food from his or her mouth might have dental disease and should be examined by a veterinarian. For more information about pet dental health and the importance of preventive care, visit avma.org/PetDental.

If your pet is bleeding from the mouth, talk with your veterinarian. For more information about pet dental health and the importance of preventive dental care, visit avma.org/PetDental.

Teeth that are loose, discolored or covered in tartar are a warning sign of possible dental disease in pets. For information about pet dental health and the importance of preventive care, visit avma.org/PetDental.

Left untreated, dental disease can cause damage to a pet's organs. More information on pet dental health can be found at avma.org/PetDental

from ASPCA

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February is Pet Dental Health Month! Click the photo to see our top tips for dogs or visit this link for cat tips: www.aspca.org/pet-care/cat-care/ten-steps-dental-health