CAT DENTAL CARE
Cat dental care is very important for the long term health of your pet. We have a wide range of cat dental products to help you keep your animal's mouth in excellent health. It can be very expensive and stressful for your cat to have their teeth cleaned at the vet, so maintaining their dental health will help you avoid this as your feline gets older. Find a range of cat toothbrushes, toothpastes, sprays, gels, treats and water additives.
Cat Eye Care FAQ's
How often should I brush my cat's teeth?
Ideally, you should brush your cat's teeth every day to prevent plaque buildup and maintain good dental hygiene. However, if your cat is not used to brushing, you can start with once a week and gradually increase the frequency. If your cat does not allow you to brush their teeth, you may also consider using a gel, water additive or dental treat.
What kind of toothbrush should I use for my cat?
We recommend using a pet toothbrush or a soft-bristled toothbrush specifically designed for cats.
What kind of toothpaste should I use for my cat?
You should never use human toothpaste on your cat, as it contains ingredients that can be harmful to them. Instead, use a toothpaste specially formulated for cats that are safe to swallow.
Can I give my cat dental treats instead of brushing their teeth?
Dental treats can help maintain your cat's dental hygiene, but they should not replace brushing. Treats can be a useful supplement to regular brushing, but cannot replace the thorough cleaning that brushing provides.
What are some signs that my cat has dental problems?
Some signs that your cat may have dental problems include bad breath, drooling, difficulty eating, pawing at their mouth, swollen or bleeding gums, and loose or missing teeth.
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