Pet’s bad exhale could be pointer of dental disease

LOS ANGELES — Dogs have 42 teeth, humans have 32, cats have 30, and Mario has none.

The cat was eating poorly, stealing in a closet, and had red, bruise gums when he was diagnosed with a mouth infection called stomatitis. Three surgeries and $10,000 later, all his teeth had been pulled.

“Once he started feeling better, he again became a happy, normal, healthy cat, unequivocally loving, sexual and playful,” pronounced Mary Roever of Green Bay, Wis., who with her father adopted Mario from a shelter. “His impertinence appears ever so somewhat fallen in, though we unequivocally have to demeanour to see

Article source: http://www.santafenewmexican.com/Scoop/Bad-breath-sign-of-dental-disease

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