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Regular visits for professional cleanings are needed, just like in people, to manage the oral health of your pet. After a comprehensive cleaning we will make recommendations regarding at home care products that may include the following:
Science Diet t/d is a complete diet that has a special fiber matrix to help clean the tooth as it is chewed. Helps to remove the bacteria laden plaque that leads to periodontal disease. This diet also works great as a treat.
BreathaLyser is a drinking water additive designed to help maintain oral hygiene and improve bad breath. it should be mixed with the regular drinking water and changed daily.
We carry several specially formulated dental chews that help to manually and sometimes chemically reduce plaque. These are usually specially treated raw-hides (CET) for dogs or treats(Greenies) for cats. We also recommend Greenies chews. These treats should be appropriately sized to your pet.
What Not to Use- these items are likely to result in tooth fracture
Nylon or other hard toys