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Dental Health

Facts

Oral disease is the most frequently diagnosed disease in pets

By the age of 4, 85% of cats and dogs show signs of oral disease

If left untreated, oral disease can lead to bad breath, severe pain, and tooth loss

Chronic infections can spread to the major organs

Almost 7 out of 10 adult cats have some form of periodontal disease

Potential Problems

Tartar build up

Gingivitis - gum inflammation

Periodontal disease - inflammation of the tooth's supporting structures

Abscess - bacterial infection that can spread to the bloodstream if left untreated

Resorption - tooth structures disintegrate, can cause full tooth loss

Signs and Symptoms

Bad breath

Excessive drooling

Reluctance to groom

Lumps and bumps on the jaw

Reluctance to eat, especially hard food

Red, inflamed, or bleeding gums

At Home Prevention

Greenies Dental Chews

CET Dental Chews

CET Aquadent Drinking Water Additive

Daily brushing

Proven to protect against plaque and tartar build-up

Have antiseptic qualities and abrasive action to remove build-up

Prevents build-up and freshens breath

Inhibits tartar and plaque

Available at PetCo

Available from us

Available from us

Specialized brushes and toothpaste available from us and PetCo