Imagine what would happen if you didn’t care for your teeth regularly. The same basics of dental care also apply to your pet’s teeth. Periodontal disease is the most common disease (85%) in dogs and cats. Dental disease leaves pets vulnerable to pain, bad breath and tooth loss. Chronic infections can spread to the heart, liver, lungs, and kidneys, where they can do more damage. We offer a wide variety of products to help with your pets’ dental health needs.
Treats and Chews – These products use mechanical activity and Chlorhexidine additive to help keep plaque build up minimal.
- Greenies Dental Treats – Biometrically inspired to clean as dogs chew.
- CET Oral Hygiene Chews – Provides a well-known antiseptic effect and helps remove plaque and reduce tartar.
Water Additives and Rinses – For use as a daily drinking water additive for dogs and cats to help fight plaque and freshen breath.
- C.E.T Oral Hygiene Rinse – Delivers antibacterial action and superior plaque prevention in a soothing, refreshing solution that quickly covers and rinses the entire mouth.
- C.E.T. AQUADENT® Drinking Water Additive – Helps maintain oral hygiene, prevent plaque accumulation, and freshen breath when used along with a regular home dental care program for cats and dogs.
Toothpaste and brushes
- C.E.T. Toothbrushes for dogs and cats
- C.E.T. Enzymatic Toothpaste (poultry flavor)
At Pinellas Animal Hospital we teach the Good-Better-Best method to ensure excellent pet dental health.
1. Good To Chew
2. Better To Rinse
3. Best To Brush
Remember that nothing replaces a Professional Dental Cleaning from your veterinarian. With your pet’s annual check up, make sure to get a dental report on your pet’s mouth and schedule a cleaning at the appropriate time.