Keeping Your Dog’s Teeth and Gums Healthy
Got Dog Breath?
It’s no joke. Many dogs have bad breath. And going a lifetime without much dental care and cleaning, are you surprised?
Tartar buildup and the resulting gum inflammation are common conditions in adult dogs. Beyond bad breath, the pain of the irritated gums diminishes the quality of life as they eat and drink less and growl and bark more.
Well it doesn’t have to be that way! Introducing Keeping Your Dog’s Teeth and Gums Healthy from Whole Dog Journal.
Keeping Your Dog’s Teeth and Gums Healthy gives you the easy-to-understand answers to your questions about your dog’s mouth. And, more importantly, you’ll learn what you can do to control the bacteria causing the problems in the first place. By following Whole Dog Journal’s instructions and advice, you’ll see how easy it is to brush your dog’s teeth. It takes just two minutes a day! And while you’re helping your dog, you’ll have the opportunity to observe and recognize early warning signs of potential dental problems . . . before they turn into big, expensive problems.
The step-by-step instructions found in Keeping Your Dog’s Teeth and Gums Healthy will ease your dog’s fear and anxiety about dental care. With the right tools, lessons and patience, you’ll soon be on your way to improving your dog’s overall health, starting with his teeth and gums.
Keeping Your Dog’s Teeth and Gums Healthy is also your guide to the critical questions to ask your veterinarian when it is time for a professional cleaning. Get the facts about your dog’s mouth and the easy ways to minimize the pain and expense of serious canine dental health issues.
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