Since cats cannot brush their teeth, it’s up to their humans to do the job. You should develop a good dental hygiene routine to help your cat prevent dental issues.
– Make an annual trip to the veterinarian for a dental checkup before any dental problems become serious.
– Be vigilant for foul breath and drooling which could be indicators of oral problems such as tooth decay and gum disease.
– Start an oral cleaning routine from an early age — and brush the cat’s teeth regularly.
Many cats do not show obvious signs of discomfort until they’re in considerable pain. Preventive care, yearly checkups, and a good diet can ensure that your cat stays happy and healthy.
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