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Dental Health Tips for Senior Dogs

By Robert Mueller It has been reported that dogs that get routine dental care live an average of two years longer than those that don’t. In a previous blog post, I reported earlier about the connection between oral health and heart disease in dogs. Health issues can worsen to the point of impacting the dog’s

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The Pros and Cons of Dental Cleaning

By Dr. Cathy Alinovi Imagine for a moment you never went to the dentist…or brushed your teeth…for 5 years! No matter how good your diet, there’s going to be plaque and tartar. What makes plaque form? Bacteria – in our mouths. So, we humans get our teeth cleaned every 6 months. Now let’s consider our

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Whoa! Doggy Breath: Good Pet Dental Hygiene

By Robert Mueller One of the topics we are asked to discuss most often is that of dental health. We field frequent questions from what bones we recommend to how often a pet should go between dental cleanings to ensure healthy teeth for a long and healthy life. Proper dental care begins at an early

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Those Teeth Were Made For Chewing: Best Chews For Dogs

Published on October 3, 2013 by in BARF

By Amber Keiper Your dog’s mouth is her most utilized tool. She uses it for eating, playing tug of war, grabbing her favorite plush toy, and to show her emotions. So you can see that keeping your dog’s mouth healthy and clean is very important. Chewing is a way for your dog to keep her

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