Oral Hygiene for Cats

Adjuvanted vs. NonadjuvantedWhile there is a lot of information regarding the importance of good oral health, few pet owners regularly take the single most effective measure to prevent periodontal disease: toothbrushing. This is especially true with cats.

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Oral Hygiene for Dogs

teethsThe oral cavity of dogs is a perfect incubator for all kinds of bacteria, partly because the mouth is warm, moist and has significant nutrients present for organisms to grow on. While most are normal and natural, once plaque and calculus (tartar) form on the teeth the normal microbial flora gets out of balance — and if pathogenic organisms proliferate, trouble ensues.

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February is Dental Health Month!

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There’s no better way to start the year than with a shiny new smile. Pets want good smelling breath just as much as you want them to have it! Stinky breath and brown spots on the teeth are signs of dental calculus build up and gingivitis- things that could lead to serious dental disease- but are very preventable! Continue reading February is Dental Health Month!

Dental Care for All Pets

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Do you avoid getting up close and personal with your pet’s breath? That bad breath is certainly unpleasant enough, but your pet could have a worse problem. Tartar buildup on teeth and inflamed gums can actually undermine your pet’s good health. This is why proper dental care is very important when it comes to your pet.

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