Small dog breeds at highest risk for dental disease, largest study confirms

Small dog breeds at highest risk for dental disease, largest study confirms

In a new study published in The Veterinary Journal, researchers from the Waltham Petcare Science Institute, explored the association between periodontal disease onset and dog breed size, confirming  that smaller dog breeds were more predisposed than larger breeds to develop periodontal disease.

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