Brush pets' teeth for fresher breath, better health

01/15/2013 | Washington Post, The

It's best to brush the teeth of dogs and cats to keep their breath smelling fresh and prevent other health problems. "Brushing is the gold standard for good oral hygiene at home," said veterinarian Colin Harvey, a professor of surgery and dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine. If dogs and cats won't tolerate brushing, products such as prescription food and certain chew toys may help, Dr. Harvey adds.

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