Dog Teeth, Dog Teeth Cleaning, and Dog Dental Care

Pets with Fresh Breath Get More Cuddles Dog Dental Care

People love to closely interact with their pets to snuggle, hug and kiss them. When they have bad breath, snuggles, hugs and kisses don’t happen as often. Fresh breath can help improve the human-pet bond, making pets and people happier.  Find out how to keep your dog’s breath fresh all the time!
A Healthy Mouth Feels Good to Your Dog

Dog dental disease can cause severe inflammation of the gums and socket of the tooth. Inflammation also means the pet is in pain even if they don’t show obvious signs of discomfort.

Pets with Healthy Mouths Live Longer – Yes, They Really Do!

Pets free of dental disease may live three to five years longer. The stress placed on the immune system and the bacteria that escapes the mouth and makes it’s way into the bloodstream can cause major organs like the lungs, heart, kidneys and liver to age prematurely, thereby shortening their potential life expectancy. Find out how to lengthen your dog’s life by keeping your dog’s teeth healthy!

Dog Dental CarePet Owners are Looking for a Convenient Solution for their Dog’s Teeth

Brushing is the gold standard for keeping the teeth free of tartar, the mouth healthy and the breath fresh. Apparently fewer than one out of 20 pet owners are willing or able to brush their pet’s teeth on a regular basis, and many therefore end up having their veterinarian clean their dog’s teeth under anaesthetic, which is both costly and risky! That means 19 out of 20 pet owners are looking for a more convenient way to control dental disease and doggie breath. Dog oral care is it!

You can prevent doggie breath by feeding a healthy diet, brushing your dog’s teeth, or by easily adding a solution to your dog’s drinking water. – Click here for more info.
 

2 thoughts on “Dog Teeth, Dog Teeth Cleaning, and Dog Dental Care

  1. Roxanne

    Dear Sir,
    I got a miniature poodle male which is 7 years old before I got him he the owners before use feed at the dinner table without any dog food only scrap from the dinner table. We can’t get him off from the table. And always at the table and always barking for food but I feed him first but he goes for more food at the table. We can’t take him in the car and he barking but he goes to the toilet first but starting to barking after 10 minutes. Can you help me what to do please as soon as possible please.
    Thank you
    Roxanne

  2. Nicholas

    I have a puppy who is a pitbull that is 4 months old and he wont stop biting me. Can you help? What can i do about it?

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