Andover Veterinary Clinic

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Andover Veterinary Clinic
Andover Veterinary Clinic is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Andover, Kansas. Displayed below is the only current social network for Andover Veterinary Clinic which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Andover Veterinary Clinic on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for Andover Veterinary Clinic is:
517 W Central Ave
Andover, KS 67002
(316) 733-0701
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Dogs Dental treats can reduce plaque in dogs by nearly 70%. There are many different options available for dogs, but which ones are safe? Dental Chews Dental hygiene chews like Greenies or certain dental biscuits are a great choice for weekly dental hygiene for your pet. Better yet, they are approved by the Veterinary Oral Health Council as a safe edible product for your dog. Chew Toys Chews toys are not edible, but can be a good choice for dogs who eat edible treats too quickly. Certain Kong toys and Nylabones are specifically designed to help with oral care. Be sure to consult with us which chew toy would be best for your dog. Antlers Antlers are an odorless and stain free option for your dog to chew on. Make sure to purchase whole antlers, as they are less likely to split. Chewing the antlers can help stimulate the removal of plaque on teeth. Cats Looking for ways to keep your cat’s teeth clean and prevent plaque buildup. Look no further! Treats Sometimes helping with tarter control can be as simple as giving your feline tarter control treats in moderation. Keep in mind that these are not a replacement for cleaning their teeth, rather a supplement. Use them to reward good behavior after their teeth cleaning. Cooked Bones Cat’s like bones too! The chewing helps to stimulate the removal of plaque and tarter. Do not give your cat chicken, pork or fish bones because they easily splinter. Rather, give them raw bones. Be sure to supervise your feline while they are enjoying their treats. Be sure to always supervise your pets when giving your pet one of the above dental treats to make sure they do not injure themselves.

It’s Time to Celebrate National Pet Dental Month! Does your dog have “dog breath?” Does your cat have “fishy breath?” This can be one sign of dental disease in your pet and isn’t normal. To help keep your pet’s teeth disease-free and to help keep their breath fresh, your furry family members should get dental care from their vet every 6-12 months. Here are five pet dental facts to keep in mind. Over 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of dental disease. Dental care is important for more than just cosmetic reasons. Just as with humans, lack of proper oral hygiene leads to tooth decay and gum infection. Most dental disease is under the gum line, and only visible by a medical professional, so regular screenings are key to early detection of oral health issues. Dental disease can lead to larger problems. Undetected dental problems in pets can lead to more serious conditions in the future. This can include organ damage due to bacteria entering the bloodstream. Keeping your pet’s teeth and gums healthy by addressing diseased teeth with dental work performed at your veterinarian’s office will help your pet live a longer and less painful life. Not only that, but it will improve their breath, making their kisses that much better! Speak with your veterinarian today about dental care for your pet and about special diets and tools to keep your pet’s mouth healthy.


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