Friday, June 27, 2014

Keep your Dogs Teeth Clean the Natural Way!

Are you looking for a natural way to keep your dogs teeth clean?  You have come to the right place. Ledfoots Pet Bakery offers natural solutions to help keep your cost down when you visit your vet for your dogs dental care.  The easiest way is to use a oral hygiene solution.  Slurp N Fresh is all natural and effective in your pet's mouth and healthy for their digestive tract. Great to use for cats and dogs. Eliminates bad breath, reduces plaque & tartar, and is economical to use everyday. Simply add to your pet's water and in 24 hours you'll be begging for a smooch.  

Another way to help remove plaque from your dogs teeth is to give them a braided bully stick. The braid is what helps remove the plaque. It works wonders and we give them to our dogs once a month just to get their teeth clean. You have to try it to see for your self. 

Ledfoots Pet Bakery makes Bad Breath Mint Dog Treats. Made with only natural ingredients. No preservatives or anything artificial and it does work.  Parsley and mint are natural breath freshener. This has become one of Ledfoots Pet Bakery most popular dog treats. So if you haven't tried them yet, you should. 

These are three things we use to help clean our dogs teeth. We never get our dogs teeth clean by the vet. Our veterinarian tells us keep doing what we are doing. We are so proud of that and want to share with you simple natural solutions that work and help saves you money too.

What do you use to keep your dogs teeth clean?

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Words on Wordless Wednesday?

With the busy Farmers Market season here. I have found no time to blog since the season started.
We have been very busy and excited to meet new friends in the pet world. Today is the day I picked to blog. No time left in the day but I made time this week. Tomorrow we will be at Dekalb Farmers Market. So if you live or in the area I would love to meet you. I am working on more informative blogs and hope to blog once again next week. Stay tuned!