The new year often brings New Year’s resolutions. Why not have one for your pets too? We can help you achieve a positive goal of improving your cat(s) or dog(s) oral health!
We sell a variety of dental hygiene products that help prevent tartar and plaque buildup including oral health kits, chews, and prescription food/treats.
One of the best things you can do for your pet’s oral hygiene is to brush their teeth. Our oral hygiene kits include a fingerbrush, dual-ended toothbrush, and pet specific enzymatic toothpaste. The variety of brushes allows easy access to all areas of their mouth and the natural antibacterial toothpaste is palatable and safe for ingestion. Although this is not my dog, Quinn’s, favorite activity she quickly learned to tolerate this healthy routine.
For dogs, we also offer C.E.T. HEXtra Chews that contain a chlorhexidine system to provide continuous antimicrobial action for up to 24 hours per chew. These chews are offered in a variety of sizes and should be selected based on your dog’s weight. Quinn is always thrilled to get her daily C.E.T. chew. She typically hides it somewhere in the house and goes back a few hours later to dig it up and enjoy it again!
We also offer t/d Dental care, a prescription diet that can be given either as a main meal or as a tasty treat for both cats and dogs. The large kibble size, fiber matrix technology, and balanced nutritional value makes for an effective bacteria fighting supplement. Since I know my cat, Bobbi, wouldn’t safely tolerate teeth brushing this is a good alternative to ensure good oral care. She clearly loves it as she gobbles it up twice a day, for both breakfast and dinner!
Although these products support good oral hygiene, your pet may still need a surgical dental cleaning at some point in their lifetime. We offer dental cleaning coupons if the surgery is scheduled within a month of one of our veterinarian's recommends it. Ask one of our friendly team members for more information on improving your pet’s oral care!
Disclaimer: Nothing contained in this blog is intended to establish a physician-patient relationship, to replace the services of a trained Veterinarian or other health care professional, or otherwise to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.