AS IF BAD BREATH ISN’T BAD ENOUGH.
Persistent bad breath
in dogs can be a sign of
plaque & calculus buildup.

 

BACTERIA AND PLAQUE
Bacteria leads to plaque.
Plaque can lead to a whole host of
frightening problems.

What to you is bad breath could be something more frightening; bacteria building up on teeth and gums. As plaque accumulates, it hardens, and turns into calculus, also known as tartar.

Left without cleaning, plaque and calculus continue to build up, attracting even more bacteria, leading to more bad breath. That's why it is so important to help remove the buildup.

And what’s easier than giving your d​og OraVet Dental Hygiene Chews for a cleaner mouth, and fresher breath?1

 
 

IDENTIFYING PLAQUE AND CALCULUS
How to look for plaque and
calculus in your dog.

Just lift your dog's lips and have a look. Plaque is a soft, sticky film that builds up on teeth and can be difficult to see since it is colorless. As more plaque accumulates, it can have more of a whitish/yellowish appearance making it easier to spot. Calculus, on the other hand, is mineralized and the buildup is easy to see. It often appears as a yellow or brownish buildup on the surface of the teeth.

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Daily oral care means
easier checkups.

Just like with people, it’s important for dogs to have regular dental checkups. And also like you, it’s important for dogs to get daily care for their teeth, for a smoother, easier checkup.

Find out how serious dental care for dogs is possible.

Learn about OraVet Chews.

ASK YOUR VET
Take the first step. Speak with your vet.

Our chews are available from your vet. After all, OraVet Dental Hygiene Chews are serious dental care.


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