Majority (54%) of Canadian Dog and Cat Owners Lack Full Comprehension of Pain in Pets Caused by Symptoms of Periodontal Disease

Monday, February 04, 2013

Toronto, ON – When it comes to pain as a result of periodontal disease symptoms, Canadian dog and cat owners incorrectly assume these pains are worse for them than their pets, according to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of Royal Canin. Given a list of symptoms associated with periodontal disease in both pets and...

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Majority (54%) of Canadian Dog and Cat Owners Lack Full Comprehension of Pain in Pets Caused by Symptoms of Periodontal Disease

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