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Your cat’s dental health is crucial – so crucial that you should be brushing her teeth every day. Plaque, tartar, tooth decay and gingivitis can lead to serious dental disease (periodontitis) that will reduce your cat’s quality of life. If the thought of getting your cat to hold still enough to brush her teeth puts fear into your bones, Pet Hero has the solution! Just browse the Cat Oral Care category and you’ll see there are many ways to brush a cat’s teeth.

Do cats really need dental cleaning?

Absolutely. But looking after your cat’s dental health starts at home. It’s never too late to start brushing your cat’s teeth – even if you didn’t brush her kitten teeth. It may take some patience and trial-and-error (and a whole lot of kitty dental treats), but even just a short daily brush will keep your cat’s teeth and mouth fresh and clean. It’s impawtant to only use a toothbrush and toothpaste designed for cats – ensuring the bristles are soft enough or made of a material that doesn’t hurt your cat.

How can I clean my cat’s teeth naturally?

If your cat absolutely won’t tolerate having her teeth brushed, there are other tools to help. Trick her into cleaning her teeth with specially designed dental chews or chew toys, which scrub at her teeth while she chews and plays. You can also add fresh breath additive to her water bowl or drinking fountain, or squeeze some oral care gel in her mouth. Also choose from Pet Hero’s range of oral rinses, foams and sprays to keep dental bacteria at bay.

Kitty dental hygiene best practice

Along with a nutritious, high quality cat diet and daily brushing, your vet recommends an annual dental check-up and cleaning (if necessary), which is very good for your purry friend’s overall health.