Short Information About Periodontal Disease In Dogs
Canine periodontitis is a bacterial disease of the mouth area. There are four phases of periodontal disease, progressing from plaque and also somewhat inflamed gums to based gingivitis (gum disease), and then on to moderate and finally acute periodontitis, which might involve tooth or bone reduction.
It is uncommon that pet owners ever see symptoms of gum disease in their own dog, and when they do, the gum disease is quite complex. By then, your pet might be living with chronic pain, which creatures instinctively hide to avoid showing weakness.