Why should you use Aquadent?
DO NOT EXCEED 10ML OF AQUADENT PER PET PER DAY
Dental Disease - a common problem.
Dental diseases are becoming more common in pets, with up to 85 per cent of animals three years and over now affected. Does your dog or cat have halitosis (smelly breath)? This is often the first sign of a problem - but it can be prevented.
As with human teeth, residual food, bacteria and calcium deposits form plaque and tartar on pet’s teeth, with painful and sometimes fatal results.
Failure to address the problem can result in bacteria being carried into the animal’s bloodstream, resulting in severe or even fatal complications. Your pets dental care is an important part of their health.
Prevention and control can be achieved by a combination of attention to diet; providing pets with regular access to special dental treats, chews, and dental water additives; regular brushing with pet toothpaste and toothbrushes; and rinsing with special gels.
Signs of dental diseaseThere are numerous dental disease symptoms in both dogs and cats.