How to brush a cat's teeth

How to brush a cat's teeth

Use this video-handout combination as your veterinary practice's feline dental compliance one-two punch.
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Aug 01, 2014
By dvm360.com staff

Regular brushing of a cat’s teeth can help prevent oral disease that can spread bacteria to other parts of a cat’s body. Make sure clients understand how important it is to get their cat comfortable with tooth-brushing using the methods in this video (you can embed it on your practice website quickly and easily­—just follow these instructions on how to embed a YouTube video).

No time to watch the video? Download this client handout instead.

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