February: Pet Dental Month
Date: January 27th, 2017
Annual Checkups – Dental health is important to your pet's overall health – dental problems can be a sign of other health issues
Daily Oral Hygiene –Without proper dental care, 70% of dogs and cats start to show signs of oral disease by age 3. Oral disease can eventually lead to tooth loss or other serious health problems. Try a natural water additive to promotes healthy gums and eliminates bad breath for up to 12 hours!
Brush Weekly – For proper dental hygiene, vets recommend brushing your pet's teeth weekly!
Start Brushing Early – Get your pet used to the concept of brushing by rubbing pet toothpaste in their mouth with your finger – once they realize pet toothpaste tastes like chicken, beef, or another tasty flavor, they will welcome regular brushings!
Chew Bones Improve Pet Dental Health – your pet's chewing action helps scrape away plaque, control tartar buildup, and stimulate gums for a healthier mouth!
Dental Chews – Specially designed to promote clean, healthy teeth and gums – and aid fresh breath (Tropiclean drops for dogs and cats) too!
Nylon Chew Toys – animals have a natural instinct to chew – chew toys are a fun way to stimulate pets to chew daily!
Hay – vital to the digestive health of small animals such as rabbits, chinchillas, guinea pigs – and chewing hay helps prevent dental disease too!