Periodontal disease is the number one cause of dental disease in dogs and cats. It is associated with a heart, kidney and liver disease.
The good news the vast majority of cases can be prevented by good oral hygiene i.e. brushing the teeth daily.
With patience and effort many cats will accept their daily brushing - please click here for advice on how to brush your cats teeth.
We even sell fish flavoured toothpaste so hopefully it's less of a chore for your cat. Unfortunately some cats will never tolerate brushing and for these we can recommend dental diets, mouth washes, pastes and water and food additives. These can be used on their own or in combination - please free to contact us to discuss what option is best for your cat.
The diet is very important for dental health and the diets we recommend are clinically proven to reduce plaque, stain and tartar build up.