Our expert says:
Hills t/d works best as a food to combat teeth problems. Use CET toothpaste as well. I would suggest that you take them for a check up as they may need a scale and polish.
Bad breath can stem from several treatable sources which, if left unattended can end up being a real problem. Some diseases:
Dental and oral cavity disease
Gingivitis, stomatitis, periodontal disease, and advanced periodontitis
Cancers of the mouth, or lodged foreign material may also lead to bad odors.
Cats with nausea from kidney disease or from local mouth irritation may also drool a lot, and fuss when eating, perhaps throwing the food out the side of the mouth or showing exaggerated chewing motions with the head. They may also resist being petted along the whisker pad area near the sore teeth.
The bottom line is that the presence of bad breath is often more than just a simple annoyance. If you smell abnormal smells, visit the vet.
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