Feline owners urged to protect pets from dental illness

03/1/2011 | WGBA-TV (Green Bay, Wis.)

Periodontal disease is the most frequently diagnosed health issue in felines and occurs in 70% of cats aged 2 years old, according to AVMA. Feline owners are advised to follow a dental care regimen for their cats, which includes regular tooth-brushing and providing them with dental diet foods. AVMA offers an informational video on the proper way to brush a pet's teeth.

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