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Establishing a good dental maintenance routine for your cat from an early age is vital for their ongoing health and happiness. Not only will it prevent your cat from developing diseases like gingivitis, it will also keep their breath smelling fresh. By the age of 3, 80% of cats have some degree of teeth and gum issues, which is why it’s important to be proactive about your cat’s dental health.

Eating a species-appropriate, high-moisture diet is a great start, and if your cat likes to crunch on raw meaty bones, this is an excellent way to keep their teeth clean and gums healthy. But if your cat doesn’t like raw bones, or if you want to take extra steps as a precaution, there are several great dental supplements that you can add to your daily routine to help.

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