Sunday, 29 November 2015

Nearly two-thirds of pet owners do not provide


It’s a fact…

If you’ve never taken a good look inside your
dog’s mouth, you’re not alone!

Studies by the American Animal Hospital
Association (AAHA) reveal that...
Nearly two-thirds of pet owners do not provide
the dental care recommended by veterinarians.

Yet considering over 80 percent of dogs have
significant oral problems by age 3, this is a
serious epidemic for our dogs.

Dental disease doesn’t only affect the mouth...

It can also lead to more serious health
problems such as heart, lung, and kidney disease.

Sadly, good dental hygiene is still one of
the most over looked areas in pet health.

A lack of daily home care is leading to a
rise periodontal disease - an infection of
the tissue surrounding the teeth that takes
hold in progressive stages.

If your dog’s breath stinks, you MUST see
this short presentation: Help my dog now

Dr. Jan Hale, a top holistic vet, neatly
sums up the need for optimum oral health
throughout a dog’s life by saying this:

"When a client asks me how long their puppy
will live, I usually respond 15-17 years if
you brush their teeth daily … 11-13 years if
you don't."

If that doesn't convince you, I don't know what will.

To find out more go here now: Help my dog

Chet Womach

PS. If the plaque and tartar buildups on
your dog’s teeth unchecked, infection can
form around the root of the tooth.

Eventually, tissues surrounding the tooth
are destroyed, the bony socket holding the
tooth in erodes, and the tooth becomes loose.

This is a very painful process for your
four-legged friend, but the good news is
these problems can be averted before they
start with proper dental care.

PPS. To keep your dog healthy and happy, this
is the best thing you can do right now:

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