What is a vet recommended cat and dog toothpaste?

Original Question: Which toothpaste can I give my dog or cat? - Anonymous

What is a vet recommended cat and dog toothpaste? Sep 12, 2020

An appropriate toothpaste must be labeled as being intended for dogs and cats. These toothpastes are available at pet suppliers both online and in-store as well as at veterinary clinics. If your pet has food allergies to certain ingredients, remember to check the label before purchasing or have your veterinary clinic dispense a product that is best suited for your pet.

Jeanne Perrone, MS, CVT, VTS (Dentistry)

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What is a vet recommended cat and dog toothpaste?
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What is a vet recommended cat and dog toothpaste?
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An appropriate toothpaste must be labeled as being intended for dogs and cats. These toothpastes are available at pet suppliers both online and in-store as well as at veterinary clinics.
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