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Calculus in cats
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Daisyroseandhyacinth · 22/06/2022 17:22

My five year old cat has some calculus on her teeth. The vet mumbled something about cat biscuits that remove this and looking on Amazon there seem to be a few types. Pets at Home sell one that costs £27!!

Any recommends for one that works and is a reasonable price? Natural ingredients.

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JenniferAllisonPhillipaSue · 22/06/2022 17:25

Sorry, I only came into the thread to see if you had a mathematically brilliant cat 😅

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RewildingAmbridge · 22/06/2022 17:32

We used to get dentabits for our cat, pointless, he swallowed them whole

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Daisyroseandhyacinth · 22/06/2022 18:10

JenniferAllisonPhillipaSue · 22/06/2022 17:25

Sorry, I only came into the thread to see if you had a mathematically brilliant cat 😅

🤣🤣

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Dreikanter · 26/06/2022 23:50

We feed Royal Canin Oral Care (but it’s not cheap either) and also put a dab of cat toothpaste onto a paw everyday.

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FootontheHeartbreak · 27/06/2022 09:46

Cat toothpaste? Is that a thing?

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Dreikanter · 27/06/2022 10:31

FootontheHeartbreak · 27/06/2022 09:46

Cat toothpaste? Is that a thing?

It is indeed - enzymatic toothpaste. No way would I ever be able to brush my cat’s teeth but a good dod on a paw that can be licked off does the job.

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Lonecatwithkitten · 27/06/2022 20:13

Nothing will remove the existing tartar apart from dental treatment.
Toothpaste, the biscuits etc all prevent further build up and are best used after dental treatment.

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Isaidnoalready · 27/06/2022 20:21

Ask about a dental might be cheaper than biscuits

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