Cat Dental Health: six Steps to Healthy Teeth

asked 2022-08-18 23:21:08 -0500

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Before to become a cat owner most people don't give 2 seconds of thought to cat dental health. It is more likely for a dog to have bad breath, hence the phrase "dog breath", so we are a lot more likely to take notice to their dental health over the feline friends of ours. For the cat of yours to be in good condition she needs clean, sharp teeth and healthy gums. Pay attention to the cat's dental health and follow the steps below for ideal feline pearly whites!
1) Smell your cat's breath. Cats are lesser animals so that it can be difficult to smell the mouth of theirs from a few feet away, unlike dogs. The smell of her breath should not be offensive, if it is, she may have gum problems that should be checked out by a veterinarian. Stinky breath may also signal digestive issues.
Two) Check gums completely. At the same time you check the breath of her, you are able to check her gums too. You will have to (gently push) the mouth area back to get the right view. The gums should be firm and pink and white

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