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Dental Care and your Pet
* What can I do for home dental care?
The most effective is daily brushing. If this is not an option, then CET Chews 3 to 4 times a week or daily Aquadent water additive would be acceptable substitutions. Make sure your pet’s teeth are examined by a veterinary professional twice a year.
* Why is dental care important for my pet?
Just like people, untreated dental disease can lead to chronic pain or even severe life-threatening conditions including heart and kidney disorders.
* How often should my pet have a dental?
Twice yearly evaluations of your pet’s teeth are ideal. During these examinations, the urgency of professional care will be determined.