get gum disease, too
By age 3, 80% of dogs show signs of tooth and gum disease. This can mean build-up of tartar along the gum line, red inflamed gums and persistent bad breath. Not only is tartar bad for teeth, but some veterinarians think it's
linked to heart, lung, and kidney disease, making it even more important to prevent it.
recommend cleaning your dog’s teeth daily
Just like you, a dog’s teeth needs daily care
to keep clean. Bad breath, plaque and tartar are just some of the consequences of uncared for teeth. After all, how long would you go without brushing your teeth? The earlier you learn about your dog’s oral health, the
Veterinary Oral Health Council
Veterinarians find oral care so vital to
overall health that the Veterinary Oral Health
Council (VOHC) was formed to recognize products that meet pre-set standards of slowing and minimizing plaque and tartar growth in dogs and cats. Regular use of products carrying the VOHC Seal of Acceptance may help reduce the
severity of periodontal disease in pets, so you can trust your dog’s oral health regimen is working.
an oral health regimen for your dog
Ask your veterinarian about how to care for your pet’s teeth and gums, and get your dog comfortable with oral care. Your veterinarian is also a great place to find out about other products that can help keep your dog’s teeth even cleaner. Remember to always stay
informed about your dog’s oral care!
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