How to Treat Gingivitis in Siberian Huskies

Did you know that more than 80 percent of pets (this includes dogs) three years and older will develop some form of gingivitis? If you’re concerned about your Siberian Husky developing gingivitis, check for key indicators such as red or swollen gums, inflammation, and irritated gums. Inflammation is especially present on the side of the gums facing the inner cheek. Call your vet to schedule an exam. If your vet concludes your Siberian Husky has gingivitis then you should start taking steps to help fight the disease. For instance, try brushing your Siberian Husky’s teeth at home on a regular basis. You should also schedule more frequent professional teeth cleanings with your vet. Other steps to take towards treating and reversing gingivitis include the possible removal of overcrowded teeth or baby teeth. If your Siberian Husky responds well to initial treatment, schedule a routine cleaning every six months. Talk to your veterinary clinic Wake Forest, NC for additional tips.

How to Treat Gingivitis in Siberian Huskies

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