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Cats - Dental care - your pet's teeth and gums
Dental diets – do they really work?
For some pet’s a prescription dental diet such as Hills t/d may be recommended to keep your pet’s teeth and gums healthy and clean. Ever wondered how they work and what you can do to get the most out
Dental disease causes bad breath (halitosis) and pain, it is also a source of infection and can make your pet seriously ill.
Over 85% of dogs and cats over 4 years old have some form of periodontal (dental) disease. Dental disease causes bad breath (halitosis) and pain, it is also a source of infection and can make your
Gum colour and your cat's health
In the wild, cats that appear sick or injured are vulnerable to predators. For this reason cats often disguise illness and only look sick when they are extremely unwell. As a cat owner, you are in
How to examine your pet's teeth and gums - 4 easy steps!
An important part of a dental care program for your pet is regular at home examinations. Just a few minutes on a regular basis could help keep your pet pain-free and also catch any signs of dental
Identifying Dental Disease
Dental disease can progress quickly through four stages, from mild gum disease through to heavy plaque, swollen gums and bleeding. Find out how to tell if your pet has dental disease.
The progression of dental disease
"We really need to see 'Maxy' for a dental", it's a common request given that 85% of dogs and cats over the age of 4 experience some form of dental disease. So if you have heard a similar comment
Tips on improving your cat's dental health
Your cat's dental health is just as important as your own, and brushing your feline buddy's teeth is the most effective way to healthy oral hygiene – but, as most cat owners would know, that's easier said than done!