How Could my Somali Cat Get Gingivitis?

Just because your Somali cat gets gingivitis it doesn’t mean that you’re not a great owner or that you take care of your cat. Gingivitis can sneak up quickly on people or animals. Whether your cat is young or old, you need to try your best to clean your cat’s teeth on a routine basis. Feeding healthy dental snacks recommended by your vet is also a good idea. Keeping plaque and calculus build up is one of the best ways to prevent gingivitis. However, even with the best care and intentions, the disease can still rear its ugly head. Signs to look out for include swelling of the gums, inflammation of the gums and/or mouth, and bad breath. Don’t be embarrassed for yourself or your cat. If you notice these symptoms, just call your veterinary clinic Columbia, MD and he can help you and your cat. Or visit this link:


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