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    Picture of a fifteen year olds teeth!

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    Kelly
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    Picture of a fifteen year olds teeth!

    Post  Kelly on Sun May 24, 2009 11:16 am

    Forgive the yellowness of the area, my rooms are pink/orange! Also, the shadowing on his back teeth is just that, he has NO tarter or plaque!



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    Re: Picture of a fifteen year olds teeth!

    Post  Timothea on Wed May 27, 2009 7:17 am

    Bet the vet loves it, and thinks you brush every day!
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    Post  Kelly on Wed May 27, 2009 8:20 am

    The last time we were at the vet (pre-raw) he actually commented that his teeth "weren't too bad for his age". They've only gotten cleaner and whiter! Luckily, we havent had a reason to visit the vet since. *knock on wood*


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    Re: Picture of a fifteen year olds teeth!

    Post  Siam on Thu May 28, 2009 4:44 pm

    That's amazing! My neighbors cat lost all her teeth by 15. What's healthier, the food that rots the teeth unless you brush or the food that brushes the teeth while they eat? I'm actually somewhat disappointed at Willie's teeth, he's almost three and his teeth are not that great. I mean we have not been doing raw for that long and we are not 100% raw yet but I really want him to have pearly whites and never need a dental cleaning, I decided on raw for teeth and gum health. Maybe he just needs more time on the diet. I do know genetics contribute as well so who knows, I haven't been to the vet with him since he was neutered at 6 months so I'll have to see what the vet says about the teeth next time we go.
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    Re: Picture of a fifteen year olds teeth!

    Post  Kelly on Thu May 28, 2009 7:17 pm

    Exactly, his teeth amaze me! If the SO wasn't unemployed, I'd seriously consider taking him to the vet JUST to "do a wellness check" and get praise about his teeth. Wink

    Zaq has been on raw only for almost a year now, 8mths of raw/wet mix before that. So you've got some time, your kitties should get pearly whites if you stick to it!


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