Chewing And Eating Towards Cleaner Teeth: 4 Easy Ways To Improve Your Pet's Dental Health

Posted on Feb 23, 2015 , 0 comments

As National Pet Dental Health Month heads into the home stretch we’ve still got lots to share with you about keeping Spot’s pearly whites looking picture perfect. Much like their wild wolf ancestors, gnawing on bones (or a bone-like substitute) is a way for your furry friend to feed an instinctual behavior that also helps maintain dental health. Chewing bones helps prevent tartar and plaque build up, massages gums and allows dogs to exercises their jaws. Here are a few ways to allow your dog to get in touch with their wild side while keeping their teeth healthy. Primal Pet Foods Recreational Bones Sourced from ranches in the US, Primal Recreational Bones are 100% human-grade, antibiotic and steroid free without added hormones. Beef, buffalo, lamb and venison bones are all available for your dog’s chewing delight while providing an excellent source of amino and essential fatty acids, protein and fat. ProDen PlaqueOff ProDen PlaqueOff is made with natural kelp harvested from the North Atlantic seas of Canada, Iceland and Norway that helps precent bad breath, tartar and plaque. Made for daily use, just add ProDen PlaqueOff into your pet’s food and see results within 2-3 weeks. Indigenous Pet Products Dental Health Bones Using ProDen PlaqueOff, Indigenous Pet Products Dental Health Bones are a safe and highly digestible way for your pet to maintain good dental hygiene. These edible chew bones help keep teeth clean and freshen breath while fighting tartar and plaque build up. Wholistic Pet Organics Wholecran Intense Made with organic cranberries, this pure, freeze-dried, whole-fruit powder is made to support urinary tract health. The natural properties of cranberries, which are loaded with antioxidants, flavanoids and proanthocynidins, also help support healthy teeth and gums and fights bad pet breath. Keep in mind that these are not substitutes for brushing but they are great ways to complement your pup’s dental hygiene routine between brushings and cleanings.

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