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ingredients

Sometimes you may see an ingredient listed on a dog treat and say “Why did they put that in there?” It may seem strange to see ingredients like parsley and chia seed anywhere but on top of lasagna or in a smoothie, but they have their place in dog treats too. These ingredients, among some …Read More


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Last week we talked about the dreaded periodontal disease and went briefly into what it can do to your pet’s teeth. Long story short, it’s a good idea to brush your pet’s teeth regularly! The only problem is, your pet might not want to have their teeth brushed. We’ve researched a few good ways to …Read More


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You can and should brush your cat’s teeth. Take a deep breath and let that sink in for a moment. It may seem like a daunting, impossible task but it is very achievable given a few sessions of calm teeth cleaning. Brushing your cat’s teeth is very important. As many as three in five cats …Read More


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You should get your pets teeth professionally cleaned to prevent tooth loss!

There has been a large push by the veterinary community to increase public awareness of dental health in pets. For example, February is Dental Health Month! Periodontal disease is probably the most common problem veterinarians have to treat. Veterinarians advocate teeth brushing above all else, and some dental treats as well. In a perfect world, …Read More


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The top four reasons you shouldn't give your dog rawhide!

Rawhide and dogs are almost as closely associated as peanut butter and jelly! There is always a whole aisle dedicated to it in the pet store. Rawhide can be good for dog’s teeth, but it can also pose a significant risk to your pet’s health. Below we list the top 4 reasons not to give …Read More


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Dental Health Importance

Dental health is very important, for people and pets! Plaque and tartar buildup can lead to more serious complications than just yellow teeth. But how do you brush your cat’s teeth if they hate having their mouth messed with? Or a dog’s? Or a ferret’s? The answer is classical conditioning, just like Ivan Pavlov used …Read More


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Is their dental health status great?

Do you shy away from doggy kisses because his breath is just too bad? Does the thought of your kitty purring in your face make you want to faint? Then your pet might not be in the best of dental health! Here are some signs to look for if you think your pet is having …Read More


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February is Dental Health Month

February is Dental Health Month! Brushing your teeth is something that most people don’t even think about. They just do it! But not many people ever think about brushing their pet’s teeth. That is where Dental Health Month comes in! The main objective of Dental Health Month is to spread awareness about pet dental health, …Read More


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5 Ways To Curb Teething

5 Ways to Curb Teething

January 17th, 2014 by Kathleen Kintz | Posted in: Dogs, Pet Health | Tags:

Teething is one of the many fun times associated with puppy hood. Destroyed furniture ranks up there with smelly carpets! We’ve compiled some tips to help you make it through the madness: 1)      Give Them Appropriate Teething Chew Toys When they are teething puppies want to chew on everything. Shoes, carpets, computer cables, books, table …Read More


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Dental Health Importance

February is Dental Health Month! Brushing your teeth is something that most people don’t even think about. They just do it! But not many people think about brushing their pet’s teeth. Periodontal disease is the most prevalent disease among pets. Periodontal disease occurs when plaque from food begins to form underneath the gums of the …Read More