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post #1 of 5
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I have seen drops that you can add to your cat's water to help promote good teeth.
Does anyone use this?
What do you think?
post #2 of 5
I haven't tried that one but I tried a different one (can't think of the name right now). My kitties wouldn't drink the water after I added it. Also, if you use a water fountain with a filter, the filter may trap the dental additive.
post #3 of 5
I use Oxyfresh but I also brush teeth with the gel. It does help imo but I think brushing the teeth has better results than water additive only.
post #4 of 5
I don't have that one, but I do have a water additive....I use it sporadically at best. One of those, when I happen to think about it and actually follow through...there's usually some kind of distraction going on And now that I have bought the water fountain, I agree that it is more than likely filtered out....but I have it, so I add it now and again anyway.
I also "brush" her teeth and count on that more than the water additive. She really likes the toothpaste so that's a pretty easy route to go and I was told....that getting the paste on the teeth was more important than the actual brushing motion, that the enzymes in the toothpaste would do the work....so that "works" for me
post #5 of 5
I would avoid it since it contains something linked to diabetes in cats
YES The ENZYMES do the work so a brush is not nessessary
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