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True or False: Only senior pets are at risk of dental disease.

False!

A 3 year old cat or dog is still pretty young —
but they’re already at risk of periodontal disease.

Schedule time each day to brush your pet’s teeth, as part of an at-home healthy mouth plan.

You brush your teeth every night, but your pet can’t brush its own teeth — you get to do that! Yay!

Need help or inspiration? Check out these tips on brushing your pet’s teeth, to help prevent or slow down periodontal disease. 

Not sure about the state of your pet’s mouth? Contact Us to schedule an exam for your pet with Dr. Miele.

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Infographic courtesy of ASPCA Pet Health Insurance. Take a look at how their customizable plans can be made to fit your budget.

 

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At the end of last October, we revealed the new look for Oxyfresh Fresh Breath for Pets — formerly known as Oxyfresh Pet Oral Hygiene Solution.

Since then, Oxyfresh has changed its product name and label again, to avoid confusion with another similarly-named product on the market. The new product name is Oxyfresh Dental Care Water Additive.

Here’s a sneak preview of the new label:

Oxyfresh Pet Dental Water Additive

Evolution of Oxyfresh, with the current Dental Care Water Additive label

Dr. Donald Miele, a Norfolk veterinarian at Little Creek Veterinary Clinic, says, “The label is different, but the Oxyfresh inside is the same one that you’ve come to know and trust.”

Oxyfresh Dental Care Water Additive has no taste, odor or color to discourage your pet from drinking its water.
Oxyfresh goes to work in your pet’s mouth, cleaning food debris off teeth after a meal. It can eliminate foul breath odors, and it reduces plaque and tartar buildup to defend against periodontal disease.

Questions? Contact Us so we can help!

 

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