Tuesday, February 19, 2013

February Pet Dental Health Month

February is National Dental Health Month. Have you cleaned your pet's teeth today? I have found it difficult in brushing our pets teeth. First of all we have multiple pets and not enough time. It is also hard to get them to sit still just to brush their hair let alone try to brush their teeth. So I have found some great natural products on the market today to help with this daunting task. Slurp N Fresh is the oral hygiene solution it helps freshen their breath while reducing plaque and tartar. Just add a small amount to their drinking water the best part no brushing needed. I like that Slurp N Fresh which is made from natural ingredients and great for large and small pets. Since our cats and dogs drink from the same bowl everyone is happy and makes my job easier. This is just one way we keep our pets teeth clean.

We give our dogs (odor free) Free Range Eco Braided Bully Sticks. This removes all the plaque off their teeth and you will notice how clean their teeth get after chewing on of these. We give our dogs a bully stick once a month for this reason and they love chewing on it.
Our dogs also love the Free Range Antlers. Filled with calcium and nutrients it's another great tool to get their teeth clean with added health benefits.
I love baking their Bad breath mint dog treats. Filled with parsley and mint, which are natural breath freshener's. Our dogs just love them and it's nice to give them a natural healthy treat. This is what we do to keep our pets healthy. What do you do to keep your dogs teeth clean?

1 comment:

  1. Great tips. I keep saying I'm going to start brushing Rita's teeth - and then I never do. I gave her an antler recently as I'd read they are good for teeth cleaning. Her teeth were SO white after. Hoping I can keep them that way.

    Might have to try that Slurp N Fresh!