Minnesota Veterinary Hospital Blog
It’s hard to find a human, dog, cat, or other creature that doesn’t love spring. From longer days to re-emerging foliage, there’s so much to enjoy and appreciate about this lovely time of year.
Why fix what’s not broken? If you have added a new dog, cat, puppy, kitty, or rabbit to your family, you’ve probably wondered why you should get your pet spayed or neutered. The easiest answer to this question is that your pet may face serious health problems later in life if they don’t undergo one of these procedures, even if they’re perfectly healthy today.
Here’s something to sink your teeth into: Your dog’s mouth has over 600 different types of bacteria. When it comes to kitties, the bacteria in a cat’s mouth is often more dangerous than the wound alone if a cat bites you. And while bacteria is just gross. It also causes bad breath and worse for your pet. What other facts hide behind your pet’ bicuspids?