I have spent a lot of time doing research on dog’s health and about what is in the foods and treats that they are given. I am extremely careful what I feed my dogs.
I read EVERY LABEL on dog food and treats. If I had a cat I would do the same! But there many other things we should look out for when it comes to the health of our pets and that is dental health.
Unfortunately, with all our busy schedules and responsibility we don’t keep our pets dental health in our everyday concerns.
This week my daughter Alex had to take her best buddy in the whole wide world @mraxlrose to the vet to remove several teeth that had gone bad.
Since I’m always on everyones case about healthy everything, I first noticed that Axl was not eating, he didn’t feel like playing or going for his walk, which he loves, his eyes were watery, his mouth sensitive and it gave off an oder. Off to the vet we go! Not only did we all feel awful about how long he may have been in pain but we were jeopardizing his health.
We learned a valuable lesson and I want to pass it along to all of you.
Even though, Axel ended up with dental problems such as tartar build-up, cavities, abscesses, tooth-loss etc. that were painful for him, but it could have lead to more serious issues such as heart or kidney disease, chronic inflammation, cancer of the mouth and more.
Fortunately, we caught his problem early enough and were able to avoid any of these serious issues.
There are lots of ways in which you can help your pets teeth stay clean, sharp and healthy. To find out more go to http://bit.ly/2Kb4zXB for an in-depth look.
Your dog’s diet plays a very important role in dental health and I urge you to go to firstname.lastname@example.org and watch the video. I would like your feed back after you read the article and also on the video.
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