With the holidays upon us, many of us are thinking of those special gifts we want to purchase for our pets. After all, they’re part of our family. Why shouldn’t they join in the celebrations?
But did you know that some of the toys and chews you’ve been considering for your dog may not be all that safe? That some of them might cause broken teeth or other dental issues for our pets? Broken teeth can be painful and can affect your pet’s quality of life. So, how can you choose the right products? How can you be sure that the gifts you’ve painstakingly chosen for your pet won’t cause harm?
Join veterinary dental specialists Dr. Dale Kressin, Dr. Brook Niemiec and Dr. Tony Woodward for a live Twitter chat on Saturday, Dec. 7, 11 a.m. – noon (CST). Take this opportunity to ask these three leading experts which toys and chews are safe for your pet and which are not. These veterinary dentists are looking forward to helping you pick toys that won’t result in a broken tooth!
Don’t make any mistakes. You don’t want to put your pet at risk. Nor do you want to have to take an emergency trip to the veterinarian during the holidays. The wrong choice here could result in the need for extensive dental procedures for your pet and in big veterinary bills for you.
Don’t miss this opportunity. Just log on to Twitter and use #vetdentistchat to send your questions about pet toys/chews as well as equipment, treatment protocols, or any other veterinary dental topics! All are welcome, veterinarians and pet owners alike. Bring your questions and don’t be shy.