More Than Bad Breath
Bad breath may seem harmless, but in reality, it can be an indication of bacterial buildup on dogs’ teeth and gums. Without proper at-home care, this bacterial biofilm—called plaque—hardens into tartar and attracts even more bacteria, which can lead to more serious health problems.
Start your dog's at-home oral health with OraVet today.
Monitoring Bad Breath
What does your dog's breath smell like? If you notice persistent bad breath, it could be an indication of plaque buildup and other dental problems. That’s why treating bad breath at its source is so important for your dog’s health.
Plaque is a soft, sticky, colourless film that builds up on teeth. It can be tricky to spot at first, but as plaque accumulates, it begins to appear more whitish/yellow. OraVet chews scrub away plaque to help prevent it from hardening into stubborn tartar.
Tartar is mineralized, which makes it easy to spot but hard to remove without a professional dental cleaning by your veterinarian. It often appears as a yellow or brownish buildup on the surface of dogs’ teeth. To protect your dog’s teeth, OraVet Dental Hygiene Chews form a barrier to help guard them against the bacteria that lead to plaque—the starting point to tartar.
Serious Oral Care Made Simple®
Dual-action OraVet chews are the simple solution for your dog’s at-home, daily dental care. As your dog chews, that chewing action scrubs away at existing plaque. At the same time, delmopinol spreads throughout their mouth to create a protective barrier and help prevent bacterial attachment.
To make the process of protection even simpler, OraVet dental chews are easy to give, and dogs love them.1 OraVet chews are serious protection made seriously simple.
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