Diagnosing Gingivitis in Welsh Corgis

If your Welsh Corgi has bad breath, call your vet to set up a wellness exam to determine the source of the bad breath. Gingivitis is usually the culprit of bad breath. This disease involves inflammation, redness and swelling of the gums due to the build-up of plaque, which is food or other debris. Only your vet can tell you if your Welsh Corgi has gingivitis. Your vet will need to perform a physical exam on your Welsh Corgi and will most likely ask you for a detailed history of your Welsh Corgi’s overall health. Be prepared to describe any symptoms your Welsh Corgi may be experiencing including when the symptoms appeared and how long they last. Keep your veterinary clinic Thorold, ON up to date on the types of food and snacks your give your pup as this could also affect your dog’s teeth.

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