What's the biggest disease culprit I see in most dogs, regardless of age, breed, sex and immune status?
It may sound surprising, but more than 3 out of 4 dogs over the age of 3 have oral disease.
If not addressed immediately and thoroughly, dental disease can strip your pets of not only their teeth, but their overall health.
Poor dental care – the main culprit – can weaken the surface of your pet’s gums. This breakdown of gum tissue allows mouth bacteria to enter your pet’s bloodstream and travel throughout his body.
Unfortunately, this oral bacteria is potent and is usually hardy enough to resist attacks by your pet’s immune system. Unchecked, the oral bacteria can ultimately affect multiple organ systems, including your pet’s heart.
Proper oral care, including regular brushing and professional dental checkups, is obviously the first and most important step you must take to help protect your pet.
There’s something else you can do to help keep your dog’s teeth clean, in addition to regular brushing. But unlike brushing, this is something he enjoys, and will likely even look forward to...
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