Stinky Breath Remedies

April 17th, 2013 at 5:45 am EDT
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Hello Friend,

A cheery Wednesday to you!!

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What is the #1 problem in dogs and cats ?
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More than 85% of dogs and cats older than four years have some type
of dental disease.



What is this?

Gum Disease, ( gingivitis), Plaque, Tartar, Abscesses, Loose and
Missing Teeth

Dental disease can cause changes inside the body that may result in
organ dysfunction and a shortened lifespan.

Your pets also use their teeth like we may use our hands..think
about removing a bur or mat from their coat. Their teeth are vital
for this.

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How can I tell?
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Basic At home dental exam.

You can do this now.

Smell your pet's breath- bad breath is a sign of dental disease.

Lift up their lips, and look at ALL of the teeth, and the gums.

Especially at the gum line, the teeth should be a light pink- when
they become a darker red pink you have inflammation ( gingivitis)

The teeth should be white. Staining indicates plaque, while tartar
is brown, and NOT removable.

Some teeth may be movable in advance dental disease- IF you see
this get your pet in for a dental exam ASAP



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What can you do?
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1. Brush your pet's teeth- but learn to do it properly. Use
veterinary enzymatic toothpaste, and focus on the top upper molars
and premolars as they first become a problem.

2. Dental diets- I have has success feeding
a Veterinary dental diet ( Hills TD)- If you have a small breed dog
prone to dental disease, you could consider this.

3. Natural treats. My 2 dogs regularly get large Raw knucklebones
to chew on- at the age of 9, Lewis still has GREAT teeth. Another
option is windpipes, and the they do a great job cleaning teeth.

4.Supplements and more- there are specific supplements that I
advise, and in my NEW Inner Circle Video, I go over the SPECIFIC
ones I feel are MOST effective.

I have used and seem some very positive results with Plaque Off.

When the unique agents of ProDen Plaque Off reach the saliva they effectively prevent oral bacteria from pruducing plaque and tartar. Existing tartar become porous, loosens by itself or is easily removed through normal brushing of the teeth. Improvements are normally seen within 5-8 weeks.

PlaqueOff is a food supplement made from especially selected seaweed, Ascophyllum nodosum, harvested from the Arctic seas of northern Scandinavia. A 100% all natural product, ProDen PlaqueOff is free from artificial colours and preservatives and contains no gluten or sugar.

My Dental Health Secrets Video is here:

http://www.theonlinevet.com



Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM


P.S. Unfortunately some dogs and cats are prone to dental disease.

IF this is your pet you need to be doing something about it.

It really does make a difference in the quality of your pet's life, and ultimately how long they will live.

See ALL of the MOST EFFECTIVE Natural Remedies that I am advising for At Home Dental Care here:

http://www.theonlinevet.com

    

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