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Wonder how often you really need to brush your pet’s teeth? Here's everything you need to know about caring for their pearly whites.

Cat grooming itself.

Much to their disappointment, taking care of your cat’s teeth is essential.

Woman playing with her orange cat.

Oof, that is bad.

Cat sticking its tongue out in motion

Dogs rule, cats drool. Like, that’s normal, right?

Ask a Vet

Pet health question that’s not an emergency? Our vet team will answer over email within 48 hours. So, go ahead, ask us about weird poop, bad breath, and everything in between.

Young Asian woman brushing her cat's teeth.

You have to keep those pearly whites clean. Here are some suggestions for toothpaste that will do the trick.

Cat with a toothbrush

Vets explain how fish-flavored toothpastes and nifty finger brushes can prevent more than tooth fur.

Owner pets senior ginger cat.

How to spot and how to treat them.

Young female veterinarian in her consulting room performing a medical examination on a pet

How to spot, diagnose, and treat these lesions — cancerous or non-cancerous.

Growth Charts

So, you have a new, tiny family member? Well, we’ll help you track their growth, keep an eye on their health, and even predict how not-so-tiny they’ll become. Just add their weight to start.

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Nutrition Calculator

If we could give our pets infinite treats, we would. But this tool will tell you the right amount to feed your friend.

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