Dental Friendly Pet Treats

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Dental health is essential for your pet’s overall health and well-being. That’s why choosing dental-friendly treats for your dog or cat is important.

Dental health can be improved by using a daily chewable treat that has been proven to reduce tartar and plaque. These treats are specially formulated with ingredients like chlorophyll, green tea, aloe vera, parsley, and other natural ingredients that help remove tartar buildup on your pet’s teeth.

Not only do these treats help reduce tartar buildup that can lead to dental disease, but they also reduce bad breath.

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Top 5 New Year’s Resolutions for Pet Parents

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Beginning the new year off with intention is a great way to stay motivated throughout the entire year. So, why not start your pet off on the right paw in 2023? Improving diet, encouraging more exercise, and implementing other healthy habits can help them have a great year.

Setting pet resolutions can improve your pet’s quality of life. Here are our top five New Year’s resolutions for pet parents.

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How Do I Trim My Cat’s Nails?

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Those little murder mittens make for aww-inspiring Instagram posts, but they can quickly turn an innocent biscuit-making sesh into grimace-inducing torture. You power through putting your cat in a carrier for her wellness visits, but doing that every few weeks for nail trims sounds like a no-go. Can you trim your cat’s nails at home? With patience and a solid strategy, the answer is yes!

Our team at Beverly Hills Veterinary Associates understands that cats don’t always make the best travel companions, so we’ve compiled our tips on how to trim cat nails at home.

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