It’s 3 a.m. Pet Parent--do you know where your best friend is? Speculation doesn’t last very long. You roll over to be greeted by a smell that’s beyond description—bad breath emanating from Tuna’s or Bandit’s mouth. You know that your fur-suited kid needs a vet. Perhaps you’ve known this for an embarrassingly long time, yet you've avoided facing dental problems in cats or dental problems in dogs because you're in denial. Bad pet owner! It's time to change your ways and take pet dental care seriously. As your mouth-breather blissfully snoozes beside your pillow, make a mental note to call the vet first thing in the morning. Sure, you’ve said it before, but this time, draw a line in the litterbox sand!