Pet Dental Month
February is Pet Dental Month so we’re here to get rid of Rover’s bad breath and make sure the cat’s teeth are pearly white. We’ll be focussing on oral hygiene & dental care all month with offers and promotions to boot. Read on for more.
Dental dog treats have always been a popular way to care for your dog’s teeth, but have you heard of Dentalife? It’s the new dental chew and a real hit with product tasters Scooby & Spy. Visit Monster now and try them for a special promotional price of 2 for £5. If you’re feeling lucky, why not enter this competition for a chance to try Dentalife before you buy.
It can be quite hard to get your pet to submit to a tooth brushing, but if yours is feeling kind you could try Logic Gel Toothpaste. Tooth brushing is the most effective way of removing plaque but if your pet refuses you can apply this gel to your pet’s paw for them to lick off.
Did you know that up to 85% of cats over the age of 3 are affected by dental disease? Sadly, poor oral health can lead to problems with your kitty’s heart, liver and kidneys. Changing their diet to an oral care food could be beneficial, you can read our guide on nutrition for cat dental health here.
As plaque and tartar build on your dog’s teeth, bacteria can irritate their gums and lead to infection. The most notable symptoms are bad breath, yellow or brown sludge on the teeth and bleeding or swollen gums. Read this guide on how to combat bad dog dental health with the right food.
Do you have any top tips for pet dental health? Let us know in the comments below.