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Dental Care

Providing Optimum Oral Care is one of the most important services you can provide your best friend for a long and healthy life. Start early with routine tooth brushing and PlaqClnz regimen. Providing dental treats and the occasional American beef hide chew will help to remove plaque and massage gums. Be sure to inspect your fur kid's mouth weekly for changes in oral health. Your dog's mouth should be odor free and  teeth should be white and firmly planted in pink healthy gums, as shown in the image to the left. If you see any redness along the gum line, or calculus build up...it is time to act. Please, do not wait until your dog's teeth and gums are so bad that his health and comfort are suffering, as shown in the image to the right. Gum disease affects the health of all your dog's internal organs and is a common factor in chronic canine heart disease. Please see your veterinarian if your best friend is showing signs of advanced periodontal disease. Read Karla's article to learn more about Preventative Dental Care. Oral care is a necessity for good health and a long active life...don't wait another day to begin this important service for your very best friend!

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