70% cats suffer from oral and dental problems that can lead to bad breath and tooth decay. Tooth brushing is the best way to combat dental plaque and tartar build-up, and feeding the right diet can help promote good oral hygiene.
Oral Care supports the prevention of dental plaque and tartar, and can result in a 59% reduction in tartar formation after 28 days of exclusive use.
The shape and size of Oral Care has been specifically designed to promote a brushing effect that helps reduce plaque formation.
Enriched with an active anti-tartar agent that traps the calcium in the saliva to help prevent it from being deposited on the teeth in the form of tartar.
Formulated with a balance of minerals to help maintain the health of an adult cat’s urinary tract.
Royal Canin internal study, 2005 - Compared to a control feed for adult cats not containing the Oral Care active components and measured on the most vulnerable teeth.
Cats over 20 months. Watson A, Diet and Periodontal Disease in Dogs and Cats. Aust Vet J 71: 313-318.