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Bert Dodd

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Texas A&M University

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Texas A&M University

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College Station, Texas,77843

United States

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Clinical Professor

College of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University


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Join Dr. J.R. (Bert) Dodd, Clinical Professor of Small Animal Dentistry at the Texas A&M University Veterinary Teaching Hospital as he discusses pet dental health. Â Students will learn about the structure and function of teeth and how this affects the types of teeth different animals have.
Dr. Dodd will also explain how to keep your pet’s teeth healthy and why this is important to their overall health.


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"How goes the mouth, so goes the health," said Dr. Bert Dodd, clinical professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.


Dental Disease

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In fact, an animal's teeth may be more important to its overall health than most pet owners realize, says Dr. J.R. "Bert" Dodd, a board certified veterinary dentist at Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
''Human dentists have done a really good job of educating people on practicing good preventive dental health, but often we don't think about preventive dental health for our pets," said Dodd. Overall dental health can be an indicator of current or future health challenges for humans and pets. ''As goes the mouth, so goes the health. So, taking care of your pet's mouth and keeping it nice and healthy, should help the animal live longer,'' said Dodd. Preventive dental care includes regularly brushing your pet's teeth and getting an oral evaluation and dental cleaning at least annually by your veterinarian. Some pet owners may question the importance of dental health maintenance for pets based on their own experience with childhood pets, but veterinary medicine has come a long way over the past 20 years. "It used to be that most of our pets died at younger ages, so periodontal disease did not have a chance to impact their health and cause damage to their kidneys, livers or other vital organs" noted Dodd. If preventative dental health is not practiced and periodontal therapy, such as root canals and tooth extractions, is ignored, other health complications may follow," said Dodd. Teeth, gum or mouth problems can cause infections and disease, or they can be symptoms of serious illness in veterinary patients. "The teeth are 42 little patients in a dog's mouth, so they need to be well taken care of and treated with respect" added Dodd.


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Since it is still the beginning of the year, and with February actually being the month of National Pet Dental Health, Dr. Bert Dodd, clinical professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine, says it is the perfect time to develop a plan for your pet's oral hygiene.
Who are we to disagree? Overall Health " How goes the mouth, so goes the health," Dr. Dodd suggests. Oral examinations and cleaning should be performed on your pet at the very least once a year," said Dr. Dodd.


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"How goes the mouth, so goes the health," said Dr. Bert Dodd, clinical professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.
"Overall health can be affected by oral disease, which can get into the blood stream and affect the animal's internal organs and joints." Dental disease affects a significant number of pets at any age during their lifetime, and just like with people, there can be serious consequences as a result of poor dental health. Although pets aren't typically known to have minty-fresh breath, an extremely foul odor can be the first sign of a severe dental problem. "Often, exceptionally bad breath is the first indicator of oral disease," said Dr. Dodd. "It generally is not a good idea to give your dogs any antlers or calf hooves, and don't let them chew on rocks or bones, as these can potentially cause harm to the gums and teeth," said Dr. Dodd. "You should be brushing their teeth regularly, using water additives, and providing them with safe chew toys" said Dr. Dodd. To play it safe, ask your vet to recommend toxin-free rawhide, nylon and rubber chew toys. Another important step in caring for your pet's dental health is to have your vet perform a complete cleaning and examination on an annual basis. "Oral examinations and cleaning should be performed on your pet at the very least once a year," said Dr. Dodd.


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