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Good to Chew, Better to Rinse, Best to Brush

Let’s face it, you work hard to take the best care possible of your pets, and that should include their teeth. With so many dental care products on the market today, how do you choose the right one for your pet? The best choice is to talk to your veterinarian. You trust your veterinarian to know what is best for your pet’s health, and we trust C.E.T.® Home Dental Care products. They provide the quality dental care your pet needs to maintain a healthy mouth.


Good to Chew: Pet owners can choose from a complete line of C.E.T. Oral Hygiene Chews for Dogs and Cats, C.E.T. HEXTRA Premium Chews for Dogs or C.E.T. VEGGIEDENT Tartar Control Chews for Dogs. These chews help to mechanically reduce the amount of tartar and plaque on a pet’s teeth, while promoting fresh breath. It’s as easy as giving a daily treat.

Better to Rinse: C.E.T. Oral Hygiene Rinse is a convenient alternative to brushing, while providing the benefits of chlorhexidine for oral health.

Best to Brush: C.E.T. Toothpastes and Toothbrushes are specifically designed for dogs and cats. Only a few minutes a day is all it takes.

  • The idea of brushing an animal’s teeth can be a little daunting, but it’s really quite easy. Especially now that there are products out there that can make the brushing experience more enjoyable for pets and their owners. The Basics of brushing your pet's teeth

Good To Chew, Better To Rinse If a pet loses patience before a complete brushing gets done, that’s okay. There are other products that can help clean the rest of the teeth, oral rinse and dental chews.

Make It A Routine: The bottom line for home dental care is that frequent brushing (along with chews and water additives) not only helps protect a pet’s teeth, it can help to save him from painful dental disease. For more information about the complete range of C.E.T. Oral Hygiene products, or for a demonstration of proper tooth brushing techniques, pet owners are encouraged to contact our clinic or visit www.virbacpets.com