Most (95%) Pet Owners Brush Their Own Teeth Daily, But Few Brush Their Dog’s (8%) or Cat’s (4%) Teeth on a Daily Basis

Three Quarters (73%) of Cat Owners and Four in Ten (43%) Dog Owners Say they Never Brush their Pet’s Teeth, Despite Acknowledging they Should (76%) to Keep them Healthy

Monday, February 01, 2016

Toronto, ON – Despite being diligent about brushing their own teeth on a daily basis, cat and dog owners are not being as diligent with the oral hygiene or their pets, despite knowing they should brush their pet’s teeth in order to keep them healthy, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Royal Canin.

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Most (95%) Pet Owners Brush Their Own Teeth Daily, But Few Brush Their Dog’s (8%) or Cat’s (4%) Teeth on a Daily Basis

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Ipsos Public Affairs
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