There are a number of diets that claim to be helpful in reducing the amount of dental disease. Statistically, feeding a dry food is associated with less dental disease in cats and dogs than when pets are fed on a wet food. So it is important to make sure that any claimed benefit is not simply based on a comparison with wet food.
It is important to ask for your vetís advice in choosing one that they trust and that will have the correct nutrient balance for your pet.
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The rough surface provides increased surface area which encourages further plaque accumulation - in turn this produces more calculus.