At Least
70% of Pets

Develop Dental
issues by 2 yrs old1

 

Hill’s Brand Horizon

Simple steps for fresh breath and a healthy mouth

 

Does your pet have
Dental Issues?

 

Click below to see signs that may indicate a dental issue in your pet

 

 

See the signs

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Contact your Vet to schedule a check-up for your pet

 

 

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Healthy Habits

 

 

Good dental care starts with healthy habits. Click below to learn more

 

Healthy Habits

 

Know the source of common dental issues

AGE Dental issues are more common in older pets

BREED Small dogs, especially those with a flat face or short nose, are more likely to have overcrowded or misaligned teeth that are difficult to keep clean, making them more prone to dental issues.

FOOD Some foods can increase your pet’s risk of dental issues, so ask your veterinarian for a nutritional recommendation

Poor Dental Health can lead to bigger health risks

 

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Healthy Habits

A happy, healthy  mouth starts with creating healthy habits. Here are three steps you can take to better oral health for your pet.

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Annual Check Ups

 

One of the most important steps you can take to keep your pet’s mouth healthy is to schedule annual dental checkups. If your pet forms tartar quickly or has a history of dental problems, more frequent exams and cleanings may be advised.

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Regular Brushing

 

One of the most important steps you can take to keep your pet’s mouth healthy is to schedule annual dental checkups. If your pet forms tartar quickly or has a history of dental problems, more frequent exams and cleanings may be advised. Click here for some tips for brushing.

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Feed A Dental Food

 

Feeding a dental food for everyday oral care to help keep your pet’s mouth healthy. Check out Hill's Oral Care Products

 

 

 

Hill’s has specially formulated nutrition to promote dental health

 

See our dental care portfolio for products approved by the Veterinary Oral Health Council (VOHC).

 

 

 

 

 

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Dental Nutrition for Healthy Pets

 

Take a more proactive role in your pet’s dental health. Hill’s Science Diet Oral Care helps clean teeth and freshen breath by removing plaque and tartar build up.

 

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Specialized nutrition for pets with dental issues

 

Powered by our special fiber matrix technology, Hill’s Prescription Diet t/d is clinically proven to reduce plaque, stain & tartar buildup and clean up to the gumline. Ask your vet if one of these products is right for your pet.

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Prescription Diet t/d
Dry Cat Food
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Prescription Diet t/d
Dry Dog Food
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Hill's Pet Care Center

 

Visit the Hill’s Pet Care Center for more info and articles about how you can help your dog or cat stay healthy.

 

World Small Animal Veterinary Association Global Dental Guidelines, 2020