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A special tip from Carole

Now you can rescue your best friend from painful tooth decay, dental disease, bad breath, without dangerous anesthesia, harmful alcohol and the yucky taste of other brands.

Dentasure spray and gel were recommended to me by a facebook friend and after using them on my darling Poppie for only three months, Poppie had pearly white teeth again.

I have tried many natural remedies in the past, but nothing compares to DentaSure (shown below).

Give it a go, you won't regret it (I usually spray Poppie's toothbrush and brush her teeth immediately after she has eaten). It is pretty economical too, because I still have 3/4 of a bottle of spray lef!

 

  • Just what your dog needs, good dental health without spending a fortune.
  • Easy to use, simply spray Fido's teeth or use the gel on your finger or a toothbrush. Poppie doesn't minded me using a toothbrush, because I always made it worth her while with a never ending supply of her favourite dental treats and of course lots of kisses and praises.
  • No harmful alcohol. Contains only Grapefruit seed extract, Grapeseed extract, Propolis, Xanthan gum and Stevia.

Like humans, dogs have differnt natures and tastes. For your convenience I have listed some other excellent and comparitively priced oral health products that your dog may prefer and which also compliment DentaSure Sray and Gel.

Periodontal inflammation and infection (known as the “silent killer”) are linked to multiple dog dental problems including:

  • blindness
  • diabetes
  • emphysema
  • heart disease
  • kidney disease
  • liver disease
  • loss of jaw bone
  • nasal infections
  • oral cancer
  • osteoporosis
  • osteomyelitis
  • problems during pregnancy
  • stroke

When was the last time you looked inside
your pet's mouth?

Dental Disease Precursors

Periodontal disease in dogs |  Plaque |  Calculus
Video - the importance of a daily routine of brushing your dogs teeth


Periodontal disease in dogs

Periodontal disease in dogs, or dental disease as it is often called, is one of the most common problems seen in veterinary practise, but very often goes undetected by dog parents.

Dental disease precursors to Periodontal Disease are plaque and calculus.

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Plaque

Plaque is the initial stage of dental disease. When it is first deposited it is yellowish-brown in colour and soft in texture. As it hardens it becomes known as calculus.

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Calculus

Calculus collects on all tooth surfaces, but is found in the greatest amounts on the cheek sides of the upper premolars and molars, and on the lingual surfaces of the lower incisors (front teeth). These particular areas are where the salivary ducts open into the mouth.

Calculus, commonly referred to as tartar, is composed of 3 different types of matter:

  • calcium salts
  • food particles
  • other organic matter
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The build up of calculus on teeth is the main cause of dental disease in dogs. It occurs pretty much to some extent in all dogs over the age of 2 years, and its presence and severity is determined very much by the type of food dogs' eat and their home oral hygiene routine.

The key to keeping dogs free of dental disease precursors is very similar to that of their owners. Dogs should have:

  • an oral examination by their vet at least once a year
  • their teeth Brushed at least once a day - preferably after eating, or
  • a Pig's Ear or Dental Chew Bone after eating to encourage them to start chewing and gnawing and to their saliva flowing, which is so crucial to keeping a build-up of plaque and calculus at bey.

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Video - the importance of a daily routine of brushing your dogs teeth

Take a moment to check out the video below.

 

This video is the best I have been able to find which explains in simple language, why it is so important to your dog's present and future health to introduce a daily dental care routine.

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This article and information forms part of the Carole's Doggie World Holistic Library and is presented for informational purposes only.The information is not intended to be a substitute for visits to your local vet. Instead, the content offers the reader information researched and written by Carole Curtis for www.carolesdoggieworld.com

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