Just like Oscar, your pet deserves a winning smile

It all starts with great oral hygiene

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Just like Oscar, your pet deserves a winning smile

It all starts with great oral hygiene.

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Helping to keep your pet smiling

As part of our Summer of Smiles campaign, we're on a mission to raise awareness of oral hygiene for pets while also giving you an opportunity to win some great prizes.

How to spot the signs of poor dental hygiene

Most owners are unaware of the extent of their pets oral hygiene problems until it's too late.

Watch our quick video to find out how to spot the early signs of gingivitis and ensure your pet gets the treatment they need, when they need it. Even if you don't regularly check your pets mouth, there are some simple signs that anyone can look out for and could make all the difference.

Watch: Find out how to spot
the early signs of Gingivitis

The facts about bad breath

Not all pets are great at remembering to brush their teeth but did you know the following facts behind bad breath.

  • Periodontal disease affects over 70% of adult cats & 90% of adult dogs
  • Bad breath can be a sign of larger medical problems with your pet
  • Dental plaque is the main cause of gingivitis
Watch: How to brush
your dog's teeth correctly

The smile hub

The one-stop-shop for all the oral hygiene knowledge you need for your pet. We have a wide range of articles full of expert knowledge.

Oscar's 6 top tips for sparkling teeth

Pets can be resistant to having their teeth brushed. Ensure you start brushing from an early age to avoid any future issues.

Fluoride can be poisonous if ingested by your furry friend so ensure you use pet friendly toothpaste.

Our pets need regular dental check-ups like us. Make sure your vet does a dental exam at their yearly check-up!

Encourage dogs to chew doggy dental treats and safe, chewable toys for natural cleaning.

If diet is the main culprit, your vet can suggest alternative foods and treats to feed your pet or suggest which foods should be avoided.

Try a pet friendly mouthwash, which can be added to drinking water to help improve mouth hygiene.

Ideal ways to battle against poor oral hygiene

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