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Looking after your rabbit’s teeth

Wednesday, May 10, 2017
A rabbit’s teeth are open rooted, meaning they are constantly growing. If not worn down or treated regularly, this can cause some serious problems for your rabbit. Diet can affect a rabbit’s teeth Diets high in fibre, i.e. Read more

Are some pet foods better for teeth?

Monday, December 12, 2016
Like us, our pets are usually born with healthy mouths - with bright white teeth and firm pink (or pigmented) gums. However, from an early age, food material, bacteria and saliva are deposited naturally and continuously on the surface of the teet Read more

How to brush your cat's teeth

Monday, October 03, 2016
What you will need A clean cloth Finger toothbrush or pet toothbrush Pet toothpaste (never use human toothpaste) Treats as rewards A little bit of patience Your cat! Step by step guide to brushing your cat's teeth 1. P Read more

How to brush your dog's teeth

Wednesday, May 04, 2016
Brushing your pet's teeth can be a daunting prospect if you don't know how to do it. Watch Laurie and her dog Cooper show you how simple it can be: Step by step guide to brushing your dog's teeth 1. Enco Read more

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