Do cat and dog dental chews for teeth work?

Original Question: Do chewies for dog and cat teeth work? - Anonymous

Do cat and dog dental chews for teeth work? Sep 20, 2020

There are many products that are designed to clean your pet’s teeth through chewing. They work by rubbing against the pets teeth as they bite and chew which can lower the amount of plaque bacteria present on the tooth’s surface. For a list of effective products, go to the Veterinary Oral Health Council (VOHC).

Jeanne Perrone, MS, CVT, VTS (Dentistry)

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Do cat and dog dental chews for teeth work?
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Do cat and dog dental chews for teeth work?
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There are many products that are designed to clean your pet’s teeth through chewing. They work by rubbing against the pets teeth as they bite and chew which can lower the amount of plaque bacteria present on the tooth’s surface.
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