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Dental diseases including gingivitis, periodontitis, tooth resorption and stomatitis are common in cats. Studies show that up to 67 percent of cats may be affected by tooth resorption during their lifetime, most notably during middle age.

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Periodontal disease is the most common disease afflicting our companion pets. Although our canine friends are living much longer lives due to advancements in veterinary medicine, our pet’s teeth are often neglected.

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Caring for our pet’s teeth is not unlike caring for our human teeth. By the age of three, 70% of cats and 80% of dogs have some form of periodontal disease. Starting with a clean slate is the best way to begin oral care.Whether you have just brought your pet home from the veterinarian after a routine COHAT or are welcoming a new pet to the household, now is the time! 

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We all love to feed our dogs, and they love it too. It’s part of what forms the bond between us and our dogs. And if we can feed our canine companions while giving them dental benefits at the same time, what an even bigger bonus! 

Why is Good Oral Health Important for Your Pet?

 

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