There are some dental treats such as the OraVet chew that can help prevent dental tartar. Learn more with this article: Best Dental Treats to Prevent Dental Disease.
When to See Your Vet
Please see your veterinarian if you notice any signs of abnormal gum color, a foul oral odor, or any signs of infection.
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