The Boston Cat Hospital

3840 Washington Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

(617)522-7877

thebostoncathospital.com

Start an Oral Care Routine at Home

Ideally, plaque should be removed from your cat's teeth every day before it mineralizes to tartar. By brushing your cat's teeth each day you will remove plaque buildup. In addition, it is important to feed a specially formulated dental diet such as Hill's Prescription Diet T/D to help reduce the accumulation of plaque and tartar from the teeth. Talk to your veterinarian about which dental home care plan is best for your cat. 
 

 
BEFORE YOU BEGIN - RECOMMENDED ITEMS YOU MAY NEED




C.E.T. Cat Toothbrush and Enzymatic Toothpaste Poultry flavor starter kit








C.E.T. Enzymatic Toothpaste 2.5 oz tube - Poultry Flavor








C.E.T. Oral Hygiene Chews for Cats - Poultry Flavor - 30 chews/bag








Hill's Prescription Diet Feline T/D Dental Diet - 4 lb or 8.5 lb dry