In honor of Pet Dental Health Month. we are sharing PetSafe’s Fresh Facts about Pet Dental Health Facts Infographic.
Every pet parent must know that periodontal disease is the most common clinical issue among dogs and cats. Statistics shows that eight out of 10 pets will have periodontal issues by age three. Do you know the leading symptom? Bad breath is the major cause of periodontal disease, an infection of the gums. A healthy dog with healthy teeth should not have bad breath. Doggy bad breath is not common even in senior dogs.
The most effective way to care for your pet dental health is by brushing. Brushing you pet’s teeth regularly helps prevent tooth and gum disease.For many pet parents, brushing can be challenging as many pets don’t like to get their teeth brushed.
PetSafe offers three simple pet dental health solutions. PetSafe created 3 Nourishing indigoTM Dental Treats. These indigoTM dental treats contains hexamethaphosphate (HMP which freshen breath, safely removes plaque and reduce tartar up to 80%.
1) indigoTM Fresh Floss Bones are textured dental chews for extra deep cleaning action. These dental treats are easy to digest, grain free and formulated with no artificial flavors, colors or preservative. It’s signature light blue color comes from natural fruit juices and blueberries.
2) indigoTM Fresh Dental Sticks are crunchy, low calorie dental snack that help remove plaque and tartar. These treats contain premium ingredients for an all-natural chicken and blueberry flavor. These savory dental treats also gives your dog minty-fresh breath.
3) indigoTM Fresh Dental Sauce is a food topper. It helps clean your dog’s teeth and freshens breath at every meal. It comes in two flavors: Sweet Potato and Hint of Mint. This is a great option for dogs with sensitive teeth.
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